Here is Vida Guerra showing off her new tight muscle body in bikini at some fitness competition. And let me tell you my friends that she looks just amazing.
The Game says, "She can't rap worth shit... She don't really wanna (challenge) me. She knows I would destroy her. "(I've got) no time for the video girls. I heard her rapping and I was like, 'This shit sounds horrible.' Why would she do that?'" The Game is further attacking Guerra on new track “I Love It.”
rn Guerra, who is in the middle of launching her own music career, is furious about reports she dated The Game and is sickened by sexual claims the rap star made about her on radio host Flexmaster Flex's. The sexy Latina hisses, "He needs to wake up and get out of his fantasy world... I challenge him to a lie-detector test. We can do it on TV or the radio."
rn Guerra feels The Game's comments stem from an incident when she turned down a date with the rap star. She tells American magazine King, "I met him last year at Jamie Foxx's Christmas party and we exchanged email addresses... It was all for business. "Then he started asking me out. I was saying, 'I'm busy' - trying to be nice and sugar coat it.
rn Then he goes, 'Why you running away from me?'" But the last straw for Guerra came when The Game "dissed" her in his hit song wouldn't get far and then hinted he had enjoyed a sexual encounter with the pin-up on a radio show. Guerra blasts, "You try to get with a girl, she turns you down and you gotta be all hurt about it and start dissing her... Obviously the rejection was so bad that now he's making up shit."
Cuban-American model Vida Guerra is now starting her own sexy pop group. The latina calendar queen and Playboy model wanted to pick hot girls with great bodies.
rn And the choreographers were surprised with the 27-years-old pin-up girl saying, “other artists usually pick ugly girls because they want to be the one who shines onstage.' "I want eye candy. I got an Asian girl, and Indian girl, two Spanish girls, two black girls... and a white girl. I've got the best of everything," said Vida Guerra.