María Pombo generates a tsunami of reactions when she gives her opinion of 'Zorra': “We are very modern”

There is no known face that escapes the question of the moment: “How about The debt?”. María Pombo has also given her opinion on the song chosen to represent Spain in Eurovision 2024 and her words have generated a great stir on social networks.

Regarding the use of the word 'slut', the influencer responded without first listening to the song: “Well, we already know that we are very modern lately, nothing surprises me”. As for whether he likes the word 'slut' being used in a protesting tone, he also stressed this Monday: “I'm not sure, I would have to listen to the song to understand it”.


“What is truly fascinating about María Pombo is the reason why her opinion on a cultural phenomenon is considered relevant. What analysis of The debt what did you expect from the most boring, stale and sad representative of the Spanish youth?”, “Serious doubt: who cares what María Pombo thinks of The debt? Is your opinion so important to send someone to the airport to ask it? I don't know, I might have missed something” or “Imagine if we are modern, Maria, that you can be an influencer and make money with it,” some users wrote on X.

Others shared the opinion of the influencer, who has also become news for her interview in Planet Calleja: “That's how they say it”, “My grandmother signed this answer without breaking a sweat” or “I asked my daughter, she's a musician and she tells me that she sings terribly.”

Maria Bas and Mark Dasous

Nebulossa, the group made up of María Bas and Mark Dasous, won the bronze microphone this weekend thanks to The debt. “If I go out alone, I'm the slut. If I have fun, I'm the sluttiest. If I go out and it's daylight. I'm even more of a slut,” says the song chosen to represent Spain in Malmö (Sweden) next Saturday, the 11th. May. The election has generated debate and divided public opinion. Pedro Sánchez and other political representatives have given their opinion. The topic has also been the center of debate on television and radio talk shows.

About The debt, the creators of the song have explained that they use this term so that it takes on another meaning and stops being an insult towards women. They insisted that the importance of The debt is the message and they are aware that there will be some citizens who will not feel identified with a song that talks about feminism, equality and empowerment of the most marginalized sectors, both women and the LGTBIQ+ collective. “They are our impetus for this message to reach higher. They are free to give their opinion, obviously. Let's take this message to the last consequence“.