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New York Post: Beyonce and Jay-Z in Cuba summed up in 65 words

The New York Post sums up the Cuban vacation of Beyonce and Jay-Z as guests of the apartheid Castro dictatorship in just 65 words:

Our rap on Beyoncé

“You know, it was such a beautiful trip.” — Beyoncé, on her recent tour of Cuba with husband Jay-Z. Too bad their itinerary didn’t include a visit with Angel Yunier Remon Arzuaga. Like Jay-Z, he is a hip-hop artist who has dissed his nation’s politics in song. But while Jay-Z’s rap only makes him richer, Remon Arzuaga’s rap has helped land him in a Cuban prison

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