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Rapper Pitbull calls on governments to support protestors in Cuba saying they ‘deserve freedom’

He was born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban dad and mom.

And on Wednesday, rapper Pitbull took to social media to name on the world to support protesters who’re demonstrating towards the Communist authorities over meals and medication shortages and rising costs.

‘We want to get up, step up and should you do not perceive what is going on on you then want to wake the f*** up,’ the hitmaker, 40, mentioned in a video he posted on Instagram and Twitter.


He was born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban dad and mom. And on Wednesday, rapper Pitbull known as on the world to support protesters demonstrating towards the island’s Communist authorities

Pitbull – actual identify Armando Christian Pérez – went on: ‘Not solely is that this a Cuba occasion, Cuba factor, this can be a world occasion.

‘This is not about politics, that is about saving lives. This is about unity, not division,’ he mentioned. ‘The backside line is it is about taking motion.’

He mentioned that as a Cuban-American, he is pissed off that he cannot get meals, medication and water to ‘his folks’, including that what they most ‘deserve’ is freedom.

In a video he posted to Instagram and Twitter, Pitbull - real name Armando Christian Pérez - shared: 'Not only is this a Cuba event, Cuba thing, this is a world event'

In a video he posted to Instagram and Twitter, Pitbull – actual identify Armando Christian Pérez – shared: ‘Not solely is that this a Cuba occasion, Cuba factor, this can be a world occasion’

The hitmaker, 40, said that as a Cuban-American, he's frustrated that he can't get food, medicine and water to 'his people', adding that what they most 'deserve' is freedom

The hitmaker, 40, mentioned that as a Cuban-American, he is pissed off that he cannot get meals, medication and water to ‘his folks’, including that what they most ‘deserve’ is freedom

Piitbull called on governments and global businesses to 'get together' and help. 'We need to figure out solutions while they're losing their lives over there literally for something that we wake up every day and appreciate, which is freedom,' he said

Piitbull known as on governments and international companies to ‘get collectively’ and assist. ‘We want to work out options whereas they’re dropping their lives over there actually for one thing that we get up every single day and admire, which is freedom,’ he mentioned

He known as on governments and international companies to ‘get collectively’ and assist.

‘We want to work out options whereas they’re dropping their lives over there actually for one thing that we get up every single day and admire, which is freedom,’ he shared.

Over the weekend, Cubans took to the streets of the capital Havana and a number of other different cities in the largest protests seen in 25 years.

Dozens of individuals have been arrested on account of the violence and not less than one dying has been reported.

On Wednesday, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel went on TV to acknowledge shortcomings in his authorities’s dealing with of shortages however he urged Cubans not to not act with hate.

Over the weekend, Cubans took to the streets of the capital Havana and several other cities in the biggest protests seen in 25 years. Dozens of people have been arrested as a result of the violence and at least one death has been reported

Over the weekend, Cubans took to the streets of the capital Havana and a number of other different cities in the largest protests seen in 25 years. Dozens of individuals have been arrested on account of the violence and not less than one dying has been reported 

On Wednesday, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel (pictured Monday) went on TV to acknowledge shortcomings in his government's handling of shortages but he urged Cubans not to not act with hate

On Wednesday, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel (pictured Monday) went on TV to acknowledge shortcomings in his authorities’s dealing with of shortages however he urged Cubans not to not act with hate

Cuba is struggling its worst disaster in years from a mixture of the coronavirus pandemic that has paralyzed its financial system, together with the important tourism trade.

Inefficiencies in the state-run financial system are additionally an element as are the tightening of U.S. sanctions on the island by Donald Trump throughout his 4 years in office. 

Other well-known Cuban-Americans are additionally chiming in on social media and lending their voice to calls for the U.S. authorities to act.

Gloria Estefan, 63, who was born in Havana, known as on the Biden administration to ‘strongly condemn the repressive & violent measures being taken by the Cuban authorities towards their very own folks.’ 

Cuban-born singer Camilla Cabello, 24, posted the hashtag #SOSCUBA on Sunday and wrote on Instagram: ‘Deaths from COVID are rising quickly and due to the dearth of medication, resources, fundamental requirements and even, meals many individuals are dying. 

‘Our courageous folks took the streets to protest for this humanitarian disaster and the folks of Cuba want our assist urgently.’

Gloria Estefan, 63, who was born in Havana, called on the Biden administration to 'strongly condemn the repressive & violent measures being taken by the Cuban government against their own people'

Gloria Estefan, 63, who was born in Havana, known as on the Biden administration to ‘strongly condemn the repressive & violent measures being taken by the Cuban authorities towards their very own folks’

Cuban-born singer Camilla Cabello, 24, posted the hashtag #SOSCUBA on Sunday and wrote on Instagram: 'Our brave people took the streets to protest for this humanitarian crisis and the people of Cuba need our help urgently'

Cuban-born singer Camilla Cabello, 24, posted the hashtag #SOSCUBA on Sunday and wrote on Instagram: ‘Our courageous folks took the streets to protest for this humanitarian disaster and the folks of Cuba want our assist urgently’

Actress Eva Mendes, 47, who was bo9rn in Miami to Cuban parents, posted an image of the Cuban flag with the word Libertad (Freedom) on her Instagram

Actress Eva Mendes, 47, who was bo9rn in Miami to Cuban dad and mom, posted a picture of the Cuban flag with the phrase Libertad (Freedom) on her Instagram


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