Cuban ex-pornstar Mia Khalifa has been accused by current president Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez of working with the United States government to foment rebellion against the Communist regime. At the same time, Cuna is witnessing its largest protests against its communist regime in 30 years.
Mia Khalifa, for her part, has denied that anyone is sponsoring her to speak out against the government in Cuba and instead claims that she is doing so voluntarily.
The former porn star has been very vocal in her criticism of the Cuban president during the past several days.
The Hill claims that on one audio, she calls Diaz-Canel a “son of a b*tch” and a “f**king a**hole” in Spanish. Even during the so-called “farmer demonstrations” in India, Mia Khalifa was actively involved. She used her influence to back the violent, unauthorised gatherings she helped to organise.
Alleged rape and sexual assault have been related to the riots that occurred on Republic Day as a result of the so-called “farmer protests” in India.
Cuban protests were spurred by a number of factors, including the country’s deteriorating economy, frequent power outages, and a quickly growing coronavirus outbreak. Hundreds of protesters across the country fought with police and dozens of them were arrested.
A testament to the reach of social media and the growing anger in the face of the spreading coronavirus pandemic, the protests were held in metropolis and rural areas alike.
Twitter and Facebook Live streams showed people all around the country joining rallies against the Communist regime that looked to have started in the city of San Antonio de Los Baos.