Pitbull makes a plea for Cuba amidst government unrest in the country; Calls on Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to help

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Pitbull makes a plea for Cuba amidst government unrest in the country; Calls on Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to help
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Singer and rapper Pitbull recently called upon Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to support the people of Cuba. For the unversed, the Caribbean country is embroiled in protests after the government failed to deliver on years of promised economic reform. Pitbull, who is Cuban-American shared his plea on social media. “This is a message to the world. We need to stand up, step up, but if you don’t understand what’s going on, then you need to wake the f**k up,” he said on Instagram. “Not only is this a Cuba event, a Cuba thing, this is a world event.”

 

“This isn’t about politics, this is about saving lives,” Pitbull asserted. “This is about unity, not division. And bottom line is, this is about taking action.” Pitbull argued that global businesses have the power to effect change. One name he mentioned is Amazon head honcho Jeff Bezos.

 

“All world allies get together to help. Global businesses get together to help,” the rapper said. “People that we’re so proud of. People such as Jeff Bezos — Cuban-American — graduated from a high school in Miami, built one of the biggest companies in the world, the richest man in the world. He’s somebody that can get involved and really help us.” Miguel Bezos, Jeff’s stepfather, was a Cuban immigrant who adopted the Amazon boss at age four.

 

“They’re losing their lives over there, literally for something that we wake up every day and appreciate, which is freedom,” Pitbull continued. “If you don’t understand, get with the motherf**king program and wake up because this is about freedom and human rights. “For all the Cubans out there and everything going on in Cuba right now: You are the ones that will motivate the world, inspire the world, for them to see what it really is to live and die for freedom.”

 

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