Will Beyonce and Jay-Z Intervene for Imprisoned Cuban Rapper?

Thursday, April 4, 2013
American pop and hip-hop stars Beyonce and Jay-Z are currently visiting Havana with an entourage.

The Castro regime has already seized on the trip's propaganda value and posted pictures of the couple's tour of Old Havana.

Cuban state media has reported that the stars are in Cuba as "tourists."  We hope that is not the case, as no American should be above the law.

However, while in Cuba, will Beyonce and Jay-Z intervene for Ángel Yunier Remón Arzuaga, an independent rapper best known as “El Critico de Arte” from the hip-hop duo “Los Hijos Que Nadie Quiso” (‘The Unwanted Children’), who has been imprisoned since March 21st for his lyrics critical of the Castro regime?

Or for Sonia Garro, an Afro-Cuban member of the Ladies in White pro-democracy movement, who has been in prison since March 18th of last year?

Or provide medical care for Yris Tamara Aguilera, head of the Rosa Park's Civil Rights Movement, who is being denied access to treatment pursuant to a brutal beating and concussion at the hand of Castro regime officials?

Or will they just wine and dine at the Castro regime's hotels, restaurants and nightclubs (escorted by "culture officials"), fulfilling a propaganda dream for Cuba's brutal dictatorship?