Last Sunday, May 8, Kasha took to social media to share a love declaration titled “It’s Never Too Late.” Soon rumors surfaced that the script was addressed to Barbara Bandera and that she hadn’t forgotten her yet (as we said) here).
Through her personal Instagram account, Kasha shared a message that talked about losing an old love. Perhaps he wrote this text thinking about the relationship with Barbara Bandera that ended in the summer of last year:
“The moon seems to be hiding in the clouds, afraid of what it wants to say to me. As if I had talked to you before and kept a secret. Since when are you afraid? Since when did our peace turn into truces, since when did our love have rules. I don’t feel like our last dance is love now. The end does not have this flavor, or it is and I am the one who does not accept that someday, that we do not miss each other (…) ”, It can be read in the now-deleted post by Kasha.
However, Kasha apparently regretted it and deleted the post. On Monday, May 9, the DAMA musician replaced the old post with an image that looks like an anticipation of a work that the artist will be able to release with the theme “Forget” as early as May 13.
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