The recent conversation in Twitter between popstar Miley Cyrus and the president of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, has made me remember the last hit of Cyrus: Nothing breaks like a heart.
Miley Cyrus wrote tweets to the Prime Ministers of The Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Ireland in order to ask them for help so that support vulnerable people affected by coronavirus. Only the Prime Minister of Spain and Italy did answer her.
It was really funny, because there was a great expectation in Twitter Spain for some hours to see whether Pedro Sánchez, president of Spain, was going to answer her or not.
In the end, Pedro Sánchez did answer to Miley Cyrus and they even kept talking. Now, the reader can discover the conversation between Pedro Sánchez and Miley Cyrus on Twitter:
Miley Cyrus Spain, you united in solidarity with Black Lives Matter in the US. We must keep standing together to tackle #COVID19 and its disproportionate impact on marginalized communities, especially communities of color. Please join us, PM @sanchezcastejon?Pedro Sánchez Spain is coleader in initiatives such as the ACT-Accelerator to achieve equitable access to vaccines, treatments and diagnosis to fight #COVID19. Ours is a strong commitment, Miley. Unity and multilateral response is the only way forward not to let anyone behind.Miley Cyrus Thank you! Will you join us on June 27 for #GlobalGoalUnite to help close the funding gap for the most vulnerable? Testing, treatments, and vaccines for everyone everywhere … We need your leadership!Pedro Sánchez Of course, I will be there! June 27th will be a great event. We encourage everyone to join us in this effort.
Nothing Breaks like a heart is a really great son albeit the merit also belongs to Mark Ronson who composed it. This is the official music video of Nothing Breaks like a heart