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Update: An official announcement is still expected today. We are hearing that law enforcement wants to wait until rush hour traffic is over in Miami.

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The announcement of Fidel Castro's death will be made at approximately 4:00 P.M. Eastern, PerezHilton.com has just been updated exclusively.

To everyone in Miami, please be mindful of each other and keep your safety in mind.

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  1. Mel says – reply to this


    501

    A reliable client of ours is a police officer and was just asked to work the streets tonight because of the anticipated celebrations. PEREZ IS RIGHT. The bastard is dead. And you guys doubted this for a second? PLEASE. We all know Perez does NOT post unless he is positive of what he has learned. Have a little more faith people! I LOVE YOU PEREZ!!!!

  2. sorryass says – reply to this


    502

    i don't believe it

  3. Mogul says – reply to this


    503

    And since when do the media hold back news stories to avoid traffic jams?

  4. LoveBritBrit says – reply to this


    504

    So why is this not all over the news?

  5. KL says – reply to this


    505

    I love all the people who are seriously mad a gossip blogger! And an extra "haha" to the person who said they would break in over "judge judy". clASSy.

  6. angela says – reply to this


    506

    how do you know this??????????
    its nowhere else on the net

  7. Phil says – reply to this


    507

    Castro is Dead. Long live Raul !

  8. mimi says – reply to this


    508

    Tiffany - that is exactly the impression they want naive Western tourists to have! however, my family member is a human rights activist who was in Cuba a couple of weeks ago, and he says the common people are living in complete misery.

  9. sp says – reply to this


    509

    perez seriously if you fuck up on this i will never read your site again - im hoping your right..

  10. Ben says – reply to this


    510

    If this is true, it is exciting…. at least for the Cubans who are living in America. However, I don't think that much will change for those still in Cuba. It is my understanding that Raul is just as bad, if not worse, than Fidel. I wish there was a way that America could make Cuba a state, but I don't think Venezuela would allow that. Chavez has his eyes on Cuba. Mark my words, Chavez will take over the island of Cuba.

  11. You people are stupid for thinking this site has merit says – reply to this


    511

    I don't know who is more stupid - Perez for being played, #288 for mistaking this site as a reliable news source, or #291 for believing such a stupid story. Perez has let his ego get so big that he actually thinks he is a real "reporter" and that people come to this site for news!

    Thanks all of you for giving me someone to laugh at this Friday afternoon!

  12. ATL Cuban says – reply to this


    512

    you better be right …

  13. Tiffany says – reply to this


    513

    BTW, I'm not trying to canonize Fidel by any means, however, all of the vitriol directed his way by the families that escaped Cuba at the time of the revolution is their side of the story based upon their loss. If the majority of Cubans had been happy and treated well by Batista there would not have been a revolution. Our own American Revolution came with a blood price, as did our own Civil War.

    I am not being heartless to those who have lost, but there were many missing persons during Batista's reign and I am sure to their families who lost scholars, and writers…they, too, felt vitriol to the government and its supporters who looked a blind eye.

    There are two sides to every conflict and there is no one person, idea, religion, or party that owns "right" 100%.

  14. everyone says – reply to this


    514

    Although he has gained a lot of fame lately, I think maybe he published this only if he's 100% certain it's true? Because he knows he needs to take care of his image… If not, then he really is an idiot

  15. Mike says – reply to this


    515

    Good riddance…

  16. Victoria says – reply to this


    516

    Why are you people so upset? You're on a gossip column for your breaking news? Give me a break.

    Also, shame on all you people who wish you could be in Miami for the "party"

  17. i hope says – reply to this


    517

    MIAMI — Rumors circulating from Miami to North Carolina and calls coming in to Local 10 said an announcement would be coming from Cuba by the end of Friday that Fidel Castro is dead.

    Castro Special Section

    While Local 10 doesn't usually report on rumors, the magnitude of how far reaching this was couldn't be ignored.

    What may start as a whisper, quickly grows into a chorus of thousands.

    The rumors have circulated for years. Usually every couple of months they'd start, but in the past week, the rumors have been in overdrive.

    Local 10 called its contacts at the White House. Spokespeople there said they were aware of "no change in Cuba." A spokesperson of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said "it's all rumor and that Castro is fine."

    An ABC news source in Cuba said all is quiet in Havana and as far as he knows, no announcement is pending.

    In fact, the president of the Cuban National Assembly Ricardo Alarcon is reported to be on the beach in Varadero and would presumably be in Havana if a major announcement was imminent.

    Local 10's assignment desk also contacted police departments , which said they are monitoring the situation and taking it very seriously. Miami police said they are in contact with the FBI "hourly."

  18. SCTF says – reply to this


    518

    It's 4:45 EDT and still nothing. Anywhere. Not in the US, not in Europe.

  19. vera says – reply to this


    519

    i don't believe u
    international press gives a shit about miami traffic and cubanos algarete que estan locos por celebrar la muerte de un ser humano
    they would have broken down the new alreadu

  20. Viva Fidel says – reply to this


    520

    There cannot be an official announcement on the state of Castro's health from anybody but the Cuban government. US officials would never, not even under Bush, hold a press conference to break news like this which would be against all protocol and could easily be denied by Havana. Think before you type!

  21. time waster says – reply to this


    521

    AP is reporting that while Castro is in ill health, he's not dead. Rumors circulating in Miami that Castro has died are not true.

    Who knows, though? The Cuban government could be just covering it up.

  22. D says – reply to this


    522

    You guys talking shit are all stupid. You come to this site for a reason then you talk shit. Just wait till this news comes out to be true. Go ahead keep talking your shit, but see who here gets the last laugh……..

  23. PerezTheTowneIdiot says – reply to this


    523

    Perez…you really are such a fool.

  24. Mogul says – reply to this


    524

    Perez doesn't post without confirming, Mel? Do you remember the fake Mariah Carey photos someone photoshopped a couple of weeks ago? He couldn't wait to attribute them as being from an actual ad campaign. Perez makes Michael Moore look reliable.

  25. Lala Bush says – reply to this


    525

    I'm on to you P-Nasty. You're just post this as breaking news everyday until the bastard actually bites. BRILLIANT!

  26. me again says – reply to this


    526

    You are an idiot. I read you for celebrity gossip, not for your lame attempts at "breaking news." Stick to what you know.

  27. sdfs says – reply to this


    527

    Bullshit. There is no way Perez is going to get information about Fidel Castro's death before CNN does. And officials don't wait to make announcements due to rush hour traffic, you moron!

  28. PerezIsWrongAgain says – reply to this


    528

    Perez once again is full of shit and his sources suck - proves once again you are a moron.

  29. Daniel says – reply to this


    529

    This is a MAJOR news break - you had better be sure that this is accurate, otherwise the only looting that will occur will be all over this website - I love you and hope you continue to remain a credible source!!! Let's see how this one pans out…

  30. DANIEL says – reply to this


    530

    YOU HAVE EVERYONE GOING NUTS HERE IN MIAMI, I HOPE YOUR INFORMATION IS CORRECT. EVERY LOCAL CAFETERIA IS TALKING ABOUT FIDEL BEING DEAD. PEOPLE ARE MAKING SHIRTS READY TO SELL OUT ON BIRD RD. HOPEFULLY THIS IS NOT A RUMOR, CUBANS HERE IN MIAMI TAKE THIS VERY SERIOUSLY….

  31. truthteller says – reply to this


    531

    Perez, I like your blog, but you're starting to believe your own hype. You're not a journalist.

    Journalists don't air a story based on only one source.

    And really, who are you to go around announcing the death of a head of state!

  32. Clueless at AII says – reply to this


    532

    Who is this Fidel Castro everyone is talking about?

  33. emp says – reply to this


    533

    It makes NO sense that they would hold back a piece of hot, sweaty news like this just because of rush hour traffic.

  34. castro sucks says – reply to this


    534

    OK Perez, you know full well that rush hour traffic NEVER ENDS in Miami. I'm still waiting for the news. However, the Cuban government is so fucked up that they probably will prop his dead ass up for a photo op and tell us he's napping. So in reality he really could be dead and we'll only know when that government wants us to. But, I'm still hopeful and ready for that man to descend into the bowels of hell that he came from.

  35. Cecilia Calvo says – reply to this


    535

    Well i heard from a reliable source that works for the FBI that it is true and that the media outlets have been told not to announce anything until after Miami Rush Hour is over in order to avoid any unnecessary accidents

  36. wen says – reply to this


    536

    I live in Miami, my friend works for CBSnews, says he is at Police Station and that he overheard that Coast Guard is mobilizing but that death was still rumor. The rumor is everywhere here- radio, internet, spanish TV, started last week.

  37. meier says – reply to this


    537

    Believe it when I see it.

  38. hidEe says – reply to this


    538

    I'M IN S. FLA AND HAVENT HEARD ANYTHING??? WHATS GOING ON??!

  39. d says – reply to this


    539

    oh my god im dreading traffic this afternoon.. i hope everyone can wait to celebrate later tonight and keep in mind traffic is horrible…………………. i m glad he died but oh my is traffic going to be a bitch today

  40. Maria says – reply to this


    540

    I'm with #36 Mariana. Same shit, Perez, be ir Bush or Castro.

    And THIS IS IMPORTANT NEWS, not for people in Miami, but FOR PEOPLE IN CUBA! Don't play with people's lives like that.

  41. MIAMIBOI says – reply to this


    541

    HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RADIO AND TV IN MIAMI ARE GOIGN CRAZY ASKING FOR PEOPLE TO CALM DOWN! so something is really going on…………

    There are no flowers in Havana and police is in state of alert!

    And if he is not dead, YET!! he will be soon.. cuz he is sort of human…

  42. Legallyblonndde says – reply to this


    542

    Viva Miami - Party at Calle Ocho tonight

  43. NYCubana says – reply to this


    543

    Please let this be true!!!!!!!!! Que caiga!!!!!!!

  44. Mario says – reply to this


    544

    RUSH HR IN MIAMI DOESNT END!!!!!

  45. RICH says – reply to this


    545

    LIAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  46. tara26 says – reply to this


    546

    Still waiting Perez………..!!!!!!!!

  47. yes says – reply to this


    547

    gay tom brokaw. awesome.

  48. erw says – reply to this


    548

    miami rush hour? hmmm that's a new one….

  49. Mogul says – reply to this


    549

    Just another fake Perez story.

  50. Lora says – reply to this


    550

    Uh I hate to break it to you but rush hour traffic is NEVER over in Miami.

  51. LittleLady says – reply to this


    551

    I'm in Downtown Miami, working in a office that works closely with government officials, and I can confirm that Perez is not "starting rumors." He, like everyone else in Miami, is anticipating the statement. I happen to know that the fire dept. was called to a "special meeting" this morning. Though the confirmation of his death might not be announced today, a statement concerning the suspicion has to be, and will be, made. I do not wish death upon anyone. But what this means to Cuban Americans is inexplicable. If it is confirmed, I will be in South Beach tonight drinking tons of mojitos, celebrating that in my lifetime I may have the pleasure of visiting the beautiful island of Cuba. A government under different leadership may mean a government with better relations with the U.S. Though democracy may be years away, *reasonable hope* is just hours away.

    Perez: posts like this are what make you so great

  52. PJ says – reply to this


    552

    Just because you say it doesn't make it true. If you were responsible you would wait for solid information.

  53. Adri says – reply to this


    553

    Guys, PEREZ IS TELLING THE TRUTH!

    There's a mistake in the hour though. — 5pm - 7pm, hopefully.

  54. anderson cooper says – reply to this


    554

    are we really supposed to beleive that perezhilton.com beat out cnn, and every other news source in the world on this subject? It would have been news as soon as it happened not a week later.

  55. EVE says – reply to this


    555

    Cuban Foreign Minister: Fidel Castro Doing Well, Recovering From Surgery
    By VOA News
    23 August 2007

    Cuba's Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque (l) and his Colombian counterpart Fernando Araujo in Brasilia, Brazil, 22 Aug 2007
    Cuba's foreign minister says President Fidel Castro is doing very well and recovering from last year's intestinal surgery, which forced him to provisionally hand power to his brother.

    Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque made the comment Thursday, telling reporters that the Cuban leader is very disciplined in his recovery process. Perez Roque spoke to the news media in Brazil, where he is attending a meeting of Latin American and East Asian officials.

    Cuban officials have refused to release details of President Castro's condition, saying the health of the 81-year-old leader is a state secret.

    Image of Fidel Castro posted on Granma web site, 5 Sept 2006
    Mr. Castro temporarily transferred power to his brother, Raul Castro, following the surgery in July of last year.

    Fidel Castro, however, has appeared on video meeting with international officials, and editorials in his name have appeared in state-run media. His articles have dealt with a variety of issues, including biofuels and what he considers to be American imperialism.

    Mr. Castro seized power in a 1959 revolution.

  56. My source says – reply to this


    556

    If you are right about this, you should win some kind of award.

  57. MiamiGirl says – reply to this


    557

    Only in Miami would they hold up an announcement for traffic!!! lol.

  58. You people are stupid for thinking this site has merit says – reply to this


    558

    Poor Perez is still being played …. he is too deep into believing this story that he is actually dragging it on. Just wait, there will be no announcement … news stations and web news would be all over this if it was anything to this story.

    You people are so gullible! By the way, I just saw Elvis, he was homeless and pushing a shopping cart this morning.

  59. Huh says – reply to this


    559

    Ok, it's 4:50 dude - what the hell?

  60. mama says – reply to this


    560

    If you are correct, and I have a feeling you are…you have entered a new realm of Internet reporting. This is HUGE news, you are reporting a world leader's death. Congrats to you.

  61. PLO says – reply to this


    561

    He's not dead, Perez. Press announcement just confirmed.

  62. a miamian says – reply to this


    562

    4 p.m. Update

    U.S. Senior officials said that while there are reports on setbacks in Fidel Castro's health, there are no indications that his death is imminent.

    Nothing unusual has been reported from Havana. However, Miami is ablaze with rumors, NBC News reported.

    Special Section: Fidel Castro

    On Thursday, Cuba's foreign minister said rumors about Fidel Castro's deteriorating health are untrue.

    Felipe Perez Roque made the comments to reporters while attending the Forum for East Asia-Latin American Cooperation in Brazil.

    LIES….ALL LIES……

  63. Dee says – reply to this


    563

    so It's now almost 5 EST… where's the press conference? And wouldn't they wait until later if they're tryng to do it after rush hour?

  64. lexi says – reply to this


    564

    lmao… well perez… for better or worst… the world is awaiting the validity of your breaking story anxiously…

    it will be priceless if this turns out to be true… and you beat cnn… and bbc… and reuters!! keeping my fingers crossed for you!!

  65. Laura says – reply to this


    565

    All you guys who are saying bad things about Perez are stupid!! The posting says ABOUT 4 PM!!!!!!!! Do you guys know what 'about' means? I'm sooo glad that stupid idiot is dead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  66. Cubichi says – reply to this


    566

    # 213-You IDIOT
    that's why Africa is such a great place-you FOOL!!!

    Senseless comment is from YOU!!

  67. RD says – reply to this


    567

    Its about Freakin time that low life mudering dirtbag goes to hell!!!!!!!!!

  68. maria says – reply to this


    568

    I love CUBANS!!! I really hope this is true because the Cuban people deserve a chance to finally be free (socially, economically, and physically)!!!!! PEREZ YOU ARE MY HERO!!! Shot out to International Studies majors because this news will def be a topic tomorrow!

  69. Luis says – reply to this


    569

    I'm not seeing any signs of a major law enforcement mobilization here in South Florida. There would be cops in every street corner by now if this was true. I did just hear that there were a half dozen police cars at the Bird Road La Carreta, but that could just mean they're having an early dinner. By the way Columbus vs Belen in football today. WOLVERINES!!!!

  70. meier says – reply to this


    570

    I thought Perez was Mexican.

  71. From the Miami Herald this afternoon says – reply to this


    571

    By LYDIA MARTIN
    lmartin@MiamiHerald.com
    On Friday, the rumors heated up again for the third week in a row: Fidel Castro's death would be announced, first at 2 p.m., then at 4, then at 5.

    For the past year, since the Cuban government announced that Fidel had ceded power to brother Raúl following intestinal surgery, rumors that he's on the brink of meeting his maker keep boiling over and dying down, creating a roller coaster of emotion for exiles and islanders.

    This Friday, teary callers told Ninoska Pérez of Radio Mambí they were sure this was it, and Pérez, as usual, reminded “The moment will come, but this is not the moment.”

    At Aaction Home Health in Hialeah, office workers were abuzz because somebody from Cuba called a colleague to say folks in Havana were starting to take to the streets in anticipation of the news. At the University of Miami, media relations officers worked the phones in search of confirmation.

    But once again, none of the rumors seemed to be panning out.

    For many, waiting for proof has become like the low-grade anxiety that comes when you're bracing for a hurricane that may or may not hit. Even though it seems clear there won't be any real change on the island immediately after Castro's death, the exile community is holding its breath and preparing for something big nonetheless. Everyone knows whatever happens will be disruptive in some way. Or, at least, emotionally unhinging.

    Last weekend, the rumors also reached fever pitch. The media perked up and started another round of the confirmation game. Calls flooded Miami Mayor Manny Diaz's office. The University of Miami and its Cuba experts wound up on high alert. And the community started rumbling anew, parents reaching out to children, friends calling friends.

    ”Last Friday, when the rumors started again, my phone rang off the hook,” says Andy Gomez, senior fellow at the University of Miami's Institute for Cuban & Cuban-American Studies. “It was everybody. Friends, family, the State Department. People went nuts. ”

    Another false alarm. Which, in an ironic way, was a relief to many who yearn for the end of Castro but know they'll have to put their lives on hold to deal with its aftermath.

    'Every time I buy a plane ticket to go somewhere with my family, I always say, `If Fidel doesn't die,' ” says Maria Elvira Salazar, host of WSBS-SBS 22's) talk show Polos Opuestos (Opposite Poles). “In a way, this is going to be like Hurricane Andrew times 10. We don't know what's going to happen, besides the idea that there will be a pharaonic funeral. But we know when he dies, everything will revolve around his death. [Mega TV will] be on 24-7 for God knows how many days.”

    Many South Florida Cubans jokingly say they hope Castro will make it through another weekend. But underlying such nonchalance is the anxiety of knowing that eventually they'll have to grapple with something huge.

    'I did say last week, `If he's going to die, let him do it on a Monday,' ” says Bárbara Gutiérrez, a media relations officer at the University of Miami and former editor at El Nuevo Herald. 'When the new rumors started, I felt like, `Oh no. Here we go.' Because when this happens, it won't be just dealing with work,” Gutiérrez says. “It'll be dealing with my mother, who will want to go out and celebrate. It will be dealing with my own feelings. It will be dealing with the fact that in my family there are a lot of older people who we will have to be careful with, because the emotion of it all could make them sick.”

    For now, though, the older generation in particular is keeping a stiff upper lip, says Radio Mambí's Armando Perez Roura, a longtime Cuban radio personality who has been poised to break the news of Castro's demise for decades.

    ”This is definitely the calm before the storm,” Perez Roura says. Afer all, he says, it was a younger, more recentlyarrived Cuban crowd that jumped the gun and swarmed Calle Ocho to celebrate Castro's death when news of his ceding power broke at the end of July last year.

    ”The rest of us have spent a lot of years in this process,” Perez Roura says. “Waiting for something to happen, hearing rumors that never turn out to be true. We're not going to react until we know for sure.”

    ”Both in Cuba and in exile, you can breathe a very tense calm,” says Ramon Colas, who helped start Bibliotecas Independientes (Independent Libraries) in Cuba and left the island in 2001. He now runs a Cuba race-relations project in Mississippi but still has regular exchanges with folks on the island.

    'Everybody is waiting to be able to say with certainty, `El viejo se fue' [the old man is gone], but we know how much the Cuban government manipulates the truth. We know they can be the ones to launch rumors that he is dead in the first place, just to gauge our reaction. So we stay guarded.”

    That emotional limbo can be damaging, says Dr. Julio Licinio, chairman of UM's psychiatry department.

    ”Emotionally, people need a concrete event to be able to deal with something and move on. Sort of like when people need to see the body of somebody who has been missing in action to be able to get to the next stage,” Licinio says. “With Castro, there is nothing concrete. He keeps lingering. When something is unresolved, it makes you emotionally unsettled. It's a chronic stress that can precipitate other things. Even if you are not clinically depressed or have another psychiatric situation, you still can't quite function normally.”

    Which is why Sonia del Corral was glad that her father, Victor del Corral, founder of the famed Victor's Café in New York, died when he did.

    'It might seem weird to say, but my father was fine when he heard that Fidel was sick and had ceded power to Raúl. The next day he had a heart attack and slipped into a coma. So he died thinking Cuba was about to be free. He didn't have to stick around for another year of the waiting game and then maybe not outlive Castro. I'm happy that he was able to say to me, `Ya, hija, ya.' ” (It's over, daughter, it's over.)

    Oscar Haza, host of WJAN-America TeVe Channel 41's popular A Mano Limpia (The Gloves Are Off) hears the anxiety in the voices of viewers who call in to check on the rumors.

    'The latest is that he died last Saturday at 4. And they have mobilized troops in Oriente. I talk to people around town. And even though they may not have hope that there will be immediate change in Cuba, they still need to know Castro is no longer with us. That in itself is a milestone they need to witness. So many say the same thing, `I regret that my father, or my mother, or my spouse, didn't live to see his end.' That is the reaction at all of the recent funerals I've been to.”

    And so Haza, knowing how desperate the Cuban community is for confirmation of Castro's death, has tried to find the way to calm folks whenever new rumors get them riled.

    'I say, `Don't pay attention to all the rumors. When you tune in and you hear me say `Ya,' you will know that means 'Ya.' ”

  72. me says – reply to this


    572

    God you people are fucking stupid. HE MADE THIS UP! Just because you see it written on a web page doesn't make it real. I hope you see how much bullshit perez makes up in an attempt to look like a "journalist"

  73. Bill Vendall says – reply to this


    573

    IM NOT SANJAYA

    TWAS BUT AN ABSTRACT THESIS OF MINE

    I ALSO KILLED CASTRO LIEK 3 WEEKS FTW BUT ONLY TOLD PEREZ LOLZ

  74. wow says – reply to this


    574

    "Castro dies; the death kept secret at first." - psychic Paula Roberts in 2006 predicted Castro's death. Looks like she's right again.. in 2005 she predicted him out of power.

  75. DIVA says – reply to this


    575

    OMG, PEREZ DID IT AGAIN, HE FOOL ALL OF US, DAMN PEREZ YOU ARE GOOD. MAN, NO NEWS NO CASTRO, NO DEATH. SHIT I TOLD ALL MY CO-WORKERS HE WAS DEAD, I DO NOT EVEN KNOW HOW TO TELL THEM, IT WAS ALL A DAMN JOKE FROM THE QUEEN OF ALL MEDIA PEREZ HILTON.

  76. toast says – reply to this


    576

    I, too, am a South Florida native away from home. How exciting! It seems like there always was a Castro and always will be. It's nice to see some change.

  77. Jenni says – reply to this


    577

    Oye, the reason they won't announce something like that during Rush Hour in Miami is because all these crazy Cubans (and I say that affectionatly) will jump out of the cars in celebration and probably crash into each other and get all killed while they're trying to celebrate.

    My sister lives in Miami and just told us that the police are all on hold right now and not allowed to go home, something's going on….

  78. Luis says – reply to this


    578

    I'm not seeing any signs of a major law enforcement mobilization here in South Florida. There would be cops in every street corner by now if this was true. I did just hear that there were a half dozen police cars at the Bird Road La Carreta, but that could just mean they're having an early dinner. By the way Columbus vs Belen today. WOLVERINES!!!!

  79. Mikey says – reply to this


    579

    Has he bit it for real this time, Perez?

  80. Jeannine says – reply to this


    580

    489- whats the url to the vid?

  81. he is right says – reply to this


    581

    perez is right. you'll see.

  82. missjane38 says – reply to this


    582

    the gay old man controller says "who is nancy??!!!"

  83. parisienne says – reply to this


    583

    patria o muerte!!!! fidel was the great liberator, he only took away enterprises from greedy american corporate pigs and their cuban brothers, but people in cuba now have free healthcare, education… VIVE FIDEL!

  84. YOU IDIOTS says – reply to this


    584

    Listen idiots, it's not the media waiting for the traffic to decrease, it's government officials wanting as many people home and off the roads when the announcement is made. If more people are out on the roads, more people might riot, etc. CNN and any other news organization cannot report a story until they get confirmation. They aren't in the business of reporting rumors. So lay off Perez, let him do his job, and stop accusing the media of holding the story. They aren't

  85. Virginia Love says – reply to this


    585

    PEREZ, HOW COME YOU, INSIGNIFICAT PIG, HAVE THESE NEWS AND REUTERS, CNN, AP, EFE, ETC AREN'T COMMENTING ON IT? LOOK, WHY DON'T YOU JUST STICK TO YOUR STUPID CELEBRITY GOSSIP? LET THE REAL WORLD BE HANDLED BY REAL PEOPLE.

  86. Maca says – reply to this


    586

    YOU GO PEREZ!!! I know you are right, people are already talking about in Miami. Everyody is waiting for the OFFICIAL NEWS.

  87. Jennifer says – reply to this


    587

    way to cover your ass LOSER!!!

  88. Jennifer says – reply to this


    588

    way to cover your ass LOSER!!!

  89. Jennifer says – reply to this


    589

    way to cover your ass LOSER!!!

  90. Jax says – reply to this


    590

    Perezito! I'm in Miami and the rumors are already spreading like wildfire. Let's hope this is true. Come party en Calle Ocho-donde esta la fiesta! It's going to get insane over here. We all live for this shizzzz

  91. perez has $$$$ in his eyes even if he's not dead says – reply to this


    591

    bet it's true. have a feeling perez wouldn't jeopardize his mighty media fifedom that we've created for him. perez is running to the bank with this one

  92. perez has $$$$ in his eyes even if he's not dead says – reply to this


    592

    bet it's true. have a feeling perez wouldn't jeopardize his mighty media fifedom that we've created for him. perez is running to the bank with this one

  93. SOUTH FLORIDIAN says – reply to this


    593

    FOOLS…YOU ALL HAVE BEEN PLAYED FOR A FOOL….THE NEWS IS ON…AND NOTHING…..TRYING CHECKING YOUR SOURCES….THE MAJOR STORY IN MIAMI IS THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ANDREW. TRY CHECKING IN WITH SOUTH FLORIDA NEWS STATIONS…THEY JUST MIGHT BE THE FIRST TO KNOW…INSTEAD OF NON-FLORIDIAN….

    NICE TRY….IN BAD TASTE……

  94. razorblade says – reply to this


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    Why would the networks care if the was traffic. The are all trying to be the first to break the news. i am sure this is a HUGE LOAD OF CRAP!!!!!!!!

  95. parisienne007 says – reply to this


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    patria o muerte!!!! fidel was the great liberator, he only took away enterprises from greedy american corporate pigs and their cuban brothers, but people in cuba now have free healthcare, education… VIVE FIDEL!

  96. I hope it's true but says – reply to this


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    According to the Miami Herald, Castro signed a document yesterday attacking US policies towards Cuba. I am not sure I believe he actually signed this yesterday, as the man hasn't been seen in public since June 5th. His birthday was August 13th, and he was nowhere to be seen. I think these public newspaper columns are to silence the public from knowing he has died.
    I agree Perezizzle! I think you are also on to something man. Viva Perez! :)

  97. jodi says – reply to this


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    finally! my family is cuan and we are all celebrating! its 1:54 in california and my family in miami hasn't heard anything yet…. i hope its true. its 5 oclock in miami and there is nothing on the news….

  98. LOL, Rush Hour says – reply to this


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    Once rush hour passes you going to make another update that says they don't want to announce it until there is a clear sky with a full moon so police in miami can see the hombres better during the fiesta?

  99. Cookiemonster says – reply to this


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    Fidel stole my cookie!

  100. South Florida Girl says – reply to this


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    When is Rush Hour Ever Over in Miami?

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