This is a phrase that means to only fan a fan and not anything else. A fan is simply a fan.
So liya perez fans are fans who only like liya perez’s music. This means that they are fans of liya perez’s music (and not his movies or his books or his TV shows), and they are fans of liya perez’s music (and not his movies or his books or his TV shows) because they only like liya perez’s music.
Liya Perez doesn’t seem to need any fanfare, she’s just a fan of the fact that she loves liya perezs music. Like everyone else who doesn’t have a fan, she was created by a fan.
In a nutshell, liya perez fans are fans of liya perezs music who want to be fans of liya perezs music. Because liya perez fans are fans of liya perezs music and not his movies or his books or his TV shows because they want to be fans of liya perezs music, liya perez fans are a subset of liya perezs fans.
With all the fanfare liya perez has been getting over the years, it might seem like there’s been a lot of fanboying going on but there’s actually nothing to fanboy about because liya perezs fanboys are fans of liya perezs music while liya perezs fans are fans of liya perezs music.
To be fair, there’s quite a lot of fanboying going on. But if you really want to see the real fans, watch Liya Perez’s music video for his new song “I Only Have Eyes For You.” The song plays like a great fanboy anthem, with the most lovable and heart-wrenching lyrics ever.
I know what you’re thinking. “So I am, like, a fan of this song?” Well, not really. But I was like, “No, I’m just a fan of your music”. Which brings us to this video. The song, I Only Have Eyes For You, is sung in Spanish, which means that it is a song that only really works well in Spanish, the language of Liya Perez, the man behind Liya Perez.
Perez is a Mexican singer best known for songs like Chiquititas, which he also sings in English, which is no surprise since he is of Mexican descent. It is, however, not the best thing that can be said about him. In the video, he sings the entire song in Spanish, which the language barrier makes difficult for some of the words to be understood.
Liya Perez himself is also a Mexican, but he has lived in the U.S. as a Latino for most of his life. As such, he will not speak Spanish outside of his family and friends, and he tends to speak English like a native speaker. In the video, it is clear that he only has a couple of Spanish words that are not understood, but that doesn’t make it a bad song.
The song’s lyrics are all in English, and they’re all pretty much in Spanish. It’s a shame that we’ll only hear that song in the video, but I guess it’s better to be safe than sorry.