Meet Xavier Ulibarri, a.k.a. “Xavi.” He’s the newest cast member on Acapulco Shore, the Mexican spinoff of MTV’s Jersey Shore.
Acapulco Shore is one of the hottest reality shows in Mexico at the moment. Currently in its sixth season, the show is broadcast on MTV Latin America and regularly draws millions of viewers each week.
In this week’s episode, Xavi revealed to his fellow cast mates that he’s bisexual while attending a “botox party” organized by a colleague.
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After the group of 20-somethings had their faces injected with botulinum toxin in an effort to preserve their youthful looks, they had drinks. That’s when Xavi told them he played for both teams.
And while his cast mates mistakenly labeled him gay at first, eventually they figured it out and were totally supportive.
The 27-year-old aspiring model and architect is the first out bisexual cast member on the hit reality show. Score one for representation!
Scroll down for pics from Xavi’s Instagram page…
“After the group of 20-somethings had their faces injected with botulinum toxin”
Hmmm, I don’t want to generalize, but having lived in México for the last 25+ years it’s not unusual to run into ‘bisexual’ guys. They’ll say they’re not bisexual or gay, only that they just seem to enjoy having sex with a guy. Ni modo. Lucky for us?
Totally agree. Mexicans have their own very specific views on what is or is not acceptable when it comes to sex. I have met a few Mexican men who flat out had no interest in having sex with other men but a very large number of them are down for something. In general, the attitude is, so long as no one sticks a dick up their ass, everything else is okay.
Why are 20-somethings getting botoxed? Get sleep, eat well, and go to the gym, youngsters, and save the Botox, if you need it, for when you hit 45 or 50. And _only_ if you need it.
This bi chacalito Xavi is easy on the eyes, especially in full-color photos.
They are doing it because they can. There are currently several ads on TV pushing “Botox Cosmetic” for people in their 20’s and 30’s. First time I saw them i was rather shocked. The angle of the ads seems to be they they will forestall appearance of smile lines and frown lines, enabling you not to worry about animated facial expressions.
Personally, I can’t understand why anyone wants undeniably toxic material injected into their faces, especially given the chance (however minor) of irreversible damage, for such minor benefit.
Having a botox injection may be considered a little extreme but what about other cosmetic procedures such as hair transplant? Many guys are worried about their receding hairline while others are quite comfortable being bald. The procedures are all about enhancing one’s appearance and sex appeal. Most of them carry some serious risks but the results could be quite rewarding for some people who can afford them.
Weird eyebrows… he needs to stop combing them up… ala drag queens and women with bad fashion sense. It’s.. disturbing.
PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS
He is crazy hot, why would he have to bi sex?
Got some brows on him, don’t he. And nips that could cut glass.
“Pardon me, sir. May I borrow one of yo titties to cut my Gorilla Glass® protector?”
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