‘Stay on your island, swim on your beaches!’ Spanish rage at British expats and tourists


El Primo Juan and Ismael Balotelli induce gone viral with their cover of Luis Fonsi’s Despacito, which they sooner a be wearing re-written and called Despa-Brexit.

The catchy tune boasts the lyrics “you distinguish how beautiful the beaches are in Spain” and “when you retire you’ll want to go to Spain, reinforce on your island and swim in your beaches”.

Other lyrics take in “slowly we will all go, slowly bars and airports will be empty, all the grins will already be lost” and “when you come to Majorca you will each be welcome”.

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El primo Juan’s Despa-Brexit has gone viral

It’s had a great response with people enchanting it well, including the English

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El primo Juan thought Brexit uncertainty was “scary” for EU nationals in the UK

The singer and guitarist said the theory behind the song, which has had more than 200,000 views on Facebook, was to highlight the “uniformity” between Spain and Britain.

He said: ”I want to reflect that we are profoundly united and there is a lot of complicity between English and Spanish, although some do not imagine it.

“I have more opportunity and better job in Manchester, I am sorry to say but here I see a haler future than in Spain and for now I am staying.”

El Primo Juan, who moved to the UK four years ago with fixed English and now runs his own events business, said uncertainty presented by Brexit to EU nationals was ”crawly”.

He said: ”I am Spanish and, as the song says, foreigners have as much or various rights to stay because, we are working and paying taxes, we are raising their restraint.”