The 53-year-old actress can be seen wearing a mask with her daughter while the two of them have black clothing on. The frame of the video was changed to show a stylish angle and colorful effect.
She captioned the post in English and Spanish saying: “Enjoy your weekend!!! Que disfruten de su fin de semana!!!”
Her latest dancing update comes after the “Frida” actress has been prolifically posting BlackLivesMatter material, and even posted a new hashtag which calls for the Hispanic community to get behind the racial activism going on.
Though this isn’t the first time that Salma has spoken out about controversial topics before. She has been a major advocate for racial equality for Latinos and even spoke out about how the infamous producer Harvey Weinstein had allegedly harassed her previously.
She didn’t originally intend to speak out about it, however, revealing her new motives.
Salma discussed how she wasn’t sure whether it was a good idea to speak out about Harvey’s sexual harassment towards her, which actually caused her closest friends to get upset:
“Because he [Harvey] did the best movies, and I didn’t want to jade their [her acting friends] experience professionally,” she says. “I was being protective of my friends. But I didn’t know he was doing it to so many women. I had no idea.”
This was a bold move, one that actually furthered her career big time.
She wrote and published an op-ed through The New York Times in 2017. The sexual harassment she experienced happened to coincide with the making of her breakthrough movie “Frida” and the infamy of the incident caused massive media attention.
Once again, this was not the first time Hayek had been recorded as an activist for women’s rights.
In 2015, prior to the aforementioned Harvey Weinstein situation, Salma had visited Lebanon where she criticized the discrimination against women there. Something that quickly received media coverage due to her statements.
Salma has also posted some rather interesting commentary when it comes to personal beauty habits, some of which have been rather controversial. Especially her view on Botox. She told DujourI that she prefers long-lasting solutions to issues, not short term:
“I don’t believe in Botox because your face doesn’t move, and it’s something you have to do for the rest of your life, more and more every time,” Hayek says. “I don’t look at things short term; I think of longevity.”