Cuban singer Camila Cabello has once again claimed freedom for her country, this time at the 2021 Latin Billboard awards gala
Cuban singer Camila Cabello did not give up the opportunity to claim freedom for her country at the 2021 Latin Billboard Awards gala held this Thursday in Miami.
"For my people who suffer, but who are no longer silent. For my beautiful people, and my Cuban land. My people ask for freedom, no more doctrines," said Cabello, after singing "Don't go yet."
"That we no longer shout Homeland and death, but Homeland and life", said the young woman, referring to the title of the song by Gente de Zona, Yotuel Romero, Maykel Osorbo, El Funky and Descemer Bueno, which has become a fight anthem for Cubans opposed to the regime.
The moment was very moving when the public began to accompany the 24-year-old, singing the lyrics of "Patria y vida" from their seats at the Watsco Center in Miami.
This is not the first time that the Cuban woman has publicly spoken in favor of the island's freedom and against the abuses of the Cuban government.
Last July, after the protests broke out in several Cuban provinces, the singer sent a clear message at the 2021 Premios Juventud to the streets. And she said they are leading a change.
"Despite the repression and despite the fear, we are all fighting for freedom. Let us unite our voice to theirs", she said. "Freedom, divine freedom", added the interpreter of "Havana".