The Cuban youtuber Dina Stars reappeared on his social networks to reassure his followers lAfter being detained live by the Cuban security forces.
“I’m good”, She said with visible nervousness in a transmission through her Instagram account as soon as she returned home after having been detained for more than a whole day. “This is quick because I just walked through the door of my house. I couldn’t even kiss my mom. I couldn’t even tell my family that I’m here. I’m here because I owe it to you, who are the best in life, “he told his fans.
“They did not mistreat me. They didn’t kidnap me “, he clarified, to deny speculation on social networks that warned about what the young woman could be experiencing at the police station.
“Security is out. I have to get out.” The words of the Cuban youtuber Dina Stars opened a blanket of tension during an interview he was conducting live for Spanish television. While she was talking about the crisis in the country and criticizing the Government, in the midst of the protests in recent days on the island, the Police went to look for her at her house.
The dramatic episode was recorded before the cameras of the program “Everything is a lie,” which is broadcast on Channel 4. While the Cuban artist Yotuel, who was also part of the talk, was speaking, the influencer began to make gestures from Havana, while movements and shadows were seen in the background in a curtained window.
At that moment, the presenter Marta Flich gave her the floor and Dina Stars released with a worried face: “Security is out. I have to go out. I’m going to leave my friend. “
As the camera moved, the driver asked the friend: “Can we hear what they say? We don’t want to put you in danger. “
After a few minutes of silence and everyone’s surprise, Dina Stars appeared on the screen again, but for just a second. “I have to go”, he repeated.
When asked if they were about to take her into custody, she replied: “I don’t know, they told me to accompany them.”
“I hold the government responsible for anything that may happen to me”, were the last words in the program before the astonished look of the presenter.
Hours before, the young woman had said on her social networks that she had received a government summons. “They just called me on the phone people from the Minint (Ministry of the Interior) who at the time summoned me to ‘meet’. I told them no. They told me they were going to give me a subpoena. As soon as it arrives, I will attend with my head held high. I do not have anything to hide”.
Before the arrival of the Police, the young youtuber who uses her networks to denounce the political crisis in Cuba had been criticizing the government: “We have not believed in any regime for a long time. The president of Cuba does not represent us.”
Since last Sunday, Cuba was immersed in a series of demonstrations against the Government of Miguel Díaz-Canel due to the fatigue of citizens due to the health crisis caused by the coronavirus, the shortage of food and medicine and the blackouts and lack of internet that they reported in some of the most humble regions in recent days .
This Tuesday morning, the content creator spoke with tears in her eyes on Instagram, where it has about 65 thousand followers.
“I haven’t slept an eye, I couldn’t sleep. I never thought I felt so much what was happening in my country as I am feeling it. I have the feeling of crying all the time. I am afraid but for my mother, otherwise I would be in the street screaming, “he said.
“But you can’t stop. You have to resist. Change is just around the corner,” he asked.