Fast And Furious Babe Helps Paint US-Mexico Border Mural

Story By: Ana LacasaSub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

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Stunning actress Eiza Gonzalez- set to star in the upcoming Fast and Furious movie – has added her art work to the ‘Mural of Brotherhood’ daubed on the border fence separating Mexico and the US.

The 29-year-old Mexican singer and actress, who recently appeared in ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ and is set to star in the upcoming spin-off ‘Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw’, added her touches in the north-western Mexican border city of Tijuana.

According to reports, the ‘Mural of Brotherhood’, which started in 2016, is the brainchild of Mexican artist Enrique Chiu, who is trying to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest mural ever painted.

The mural contains fancy paint strokes by professional artists as well as urban graffiti and unifying slogans such as “equality”, “freedom” and particularly “no walls”.

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While in Tijuana, Gonzalez also visited refugees at the border and offered them her support.

Earlier this year, the stunning brunette made the headlines when she slammed the ‘10 year challenge’, which saw netizens posting before-and-after images to see how much they’ve physically changed in a decade, as shallow.

The outspoken star said on social media: “Am I missing the point of this 10 year challenge? Talking about looks and less/more hot?

“How about challenging each other to go pick up trash and who picks up more trash wins? Or challenge ourselves to encourage each other to be a better person tomorrow.

“I mean, almost 30 years ago we couldn’t even use the same bathrooms as people were divided by the colour of their skin. How about we do the 10 year challenge to be a better generation for the next 10 year olds?”

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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