There She Goes is a rare thing: a TV show that tackles serious issues with a refreshingly cynical voice. This isn’t sentimental, nor coyly-told: it lays down the challenges and difficulties of raising a disabled child with honesty and realism.
Whether it’s the wordless moans of infant Rosie in episode one or the grinding screeches of the character at the end of series 2, there is something disarming about the thorny reality depicted on screen. But the show is not without its moments of comic relief, with David Tennant’s wry humour a constant source of pleasure.
Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny has been a hit with fans since his latest single, Where She Goes, dropped. The song’s lyrics have created a lot of speculation, with some fans reading it as an indirect shoutout to Kendall Jenner.
In the reggaeton and trap infused track, Bad Bunny talks about a one-night stand with a girl who he can’t believe forgot about him. He wants to reconnect with her and has a strong sexual attraction for her. But he also believes that her pride and ego will block the way for them to communicate. Despite this, he is confident that his feelings will be reciprocated. The lyrics of the song are complex and intense, balancing vulnerability and bravado with longing and explicit desires. This is a clear indication of the intensity and complexity of his relationship with the woman in question.