Skip to comments.Beyonce and Jay-Z: In Cuba today; in concert in Miami this summer
Posted on 04/05/2013 4:20:40 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Superstar Beyonces visit to Cuba with her equally famous rapper hubby Jay-Z on Thursday raised eyebrows in South Florida.
The question now: Will their vacation in Havana impact ticket sales...
(Excerpt) Read more at miamiherald.com ...
Probably not affect their concert.
So Fla more than just Cuban immigrants now. And, Cuban-Americans voting more Democrat. Also, blacks don’t care.... prob happy they will tick off Ciban-Americans
We support your government and offer you the opportunity to spend a quarter of your average annual income to see us sing songs about you.
No, we would never actually live here. Just as NO Americans would ever actually want to live here.
No, we won’t try to change things for you.
No, we don’t actually give a rat’s ass about freedom or you - we just want your money.
Thank you for your money!
Oh, and beware of anti-communist forces. They’re out to get you!
Thanks again bitches,
Headline should read: WH Favorite Performer Beyonce Vacations in Cuba
Press question for Jay Carney: When is Beyonce’s next appearance at WH?
And continue shining light on the linkages from there. The article is useful because it explicitly calls out other “WH favs” who have also been to Cuba.
Maybe Havana is the next vacay spot for the jet-setting O’s.
Rick Sanchez talked about this the other day on his show down here in Miami. He said they were probably surprised that people in Cuba weren’t falling over themselves to bask in the greatness that (in their mind at least) is Jay Z and Beyonce. They were too busy trying to make enough money to buy food.
And apparently the no Americans going to Cuba only applies to non-BFF’s of Obama.
You are right, south Florida is way more than Cuban Americans. Haitians and Brazilians have taken over I think.
Isn’t it against the law for Americans to travel to Cuba? I know this regime selectively enforces the laws and since Beyonce & JayZ are in ‘a protected group’ I’m sure nothing will be done.