Cuban Reggaeton Yomil Hidalgo A concert scheduled for this Saturday in Zarugo was called off amid the tense situation on the island, with protests and widespread blackouts in several cities.
“Due to the sad and sad situation we are experiencing in the country, we have decided to postpone tomorrow’s concert in Jaruko,” Yomil said on his Instagram stories.
The artist stressed, “Living in Cuba is honestly unbearable, because there is no time to stop the evil that afflicts us, everything continues from bad to worse, and the sad thing is that we don’t know when it will end.”
They have been unleashed in the last 24 hours Many protests against Govt Major power outages, mainly in the Havana neighborhoods of Mantilla, Puentes Grandes, Guanabacoa, Calzada del Cerro, San Francisco de Paula and other areas. Protests and casseroles have also been reported since Wednesday night in other provinces such as Mayabeque and Holguin.
In early September, Yomil vowed that he did not want to leave Cuba No matter how censored his music was, he condemned the situation in which he had to be allowed to sing as “intolerable”.
“Despite the heavy bans and censorship, I’m not going to leave my country, I’m from Cuba, I love my country and my people madly,” he wrote on his Instagram stories.
Last year, the reggaeton player blasted social media and condemned it Censored in Cuba for nearly six yearsEspecially the Cuban Radio and Television Agency (ICRT), for refusing to air the music of Yomil and El Dany in the island’s media.
Yom was one of the Cuban artists who participated in the protests on July 11, 2021. The artist was arrested but soon released.
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