Born in Puerto Rico dreaming of exploring the world, she is an actress, gymnast, dancer, Syracuse University cheerleader and performer who enjoys life to the fullest. As a content creator with almost 40 thousand combined social media followers, she has become a role model to many young Boricuas.
Always uplifting her followers with messages of hope such as, “let your ideas bloom”, “energy flows where intention goes” and “todas las flores que verás mañana, están en tus semillas de hoy”, (all the flowers you will see tomorrow are in your seeds today).
She went viral showing off her dancing skills in a collaboration with La Boriqueña comics for the #Quebonitabanderachallenge. La Borinqueña is an original character and patriotic symbol presented in a classic superhero story created and written by graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez. Her powers are drawn from history and mysticism found on the island of Puerto Rico. The creation became so successful it was on display at the Smithsonian alongside legendary caped crusaders such as Superman, Captain America and Wonder Woman.
“Travel is a way of discovering oneself by exploring the beautiful world we live in. It’s a way of life, a fun one filled with endless adventures.”
She explores her beautiful homeland often visiting the most beautiful natural locations such as Gozalandia waterfall. Puerto Ricans call it “Las Cataratas or El Roble” Waterfall in San Sebastian. It is one of the most visited natural treasures in Puerto Rico. “I grew up Boricua and I love every aspect of it! (The Latinx culture) means having a community everywhere I go.
You can follow her adventures in Tiktok & Instagram at @soleyliboy!
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