As Mexico celebrates its national music festival, many Mexicans are taking to social media to express their love for the popular music.
But many are not happy.
Some people are angry because the music is not played during the national carnival.
Others complain that the carnival is too crowded with the media and tourists, and they don’t want to hear the music.
Some are angry about the price of tickets to the carnivalesque festival, as well as the lack of Mexican food.
One of the most popular songs in Mexico is the salsa music from a song called “El Norte,” which is often performed during the carnivals, and often used in movies.
It is a salsa version of a Mexican classic song, “La Salsa de Dios,” a Spanish folk song that is a staple of Mexican culture.
Some Mexicans believe that the salsa song is a ripoff of the “Mexican” country song, and that they should not listen to it.
One social media user who goes by the name “La Gurlita” said that he is “sick and tired” of hearing the salsa in his country.
I am sick and tired of hearing this salsa song, he wrote on his Instagram account.
Theres a difference between what Mexico does and what we do.
The Mexican country has the music and its music is what Mexico has.
I dont want to be in a carnival when it comes to salsa, I don’t like the sound of this song and I dont want my country to be ripped off.
But there are other Mexicans who support the carnaval.
They say that the music gives them an emotional connection and makes them feel more alive.
One Mexican said that the songs are important to the Mexican people because they tell them that they are loved and respected in their country.