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Beyoncé & Jay-Z Funded A "Communist Oppressive" Regime With Cuba Trip According To Clueless' Stacey Dash!

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Aren't we DONE with this Cold War era type of consciousness?!

Former Clueless actress Stacey Dash is very politically opinionated — she was a HUGE advocate for Mitt Romney during the 2012 presidential elections — so we weren't shocked that girl took to Twitter recently to comment on Beyoncé and Jay-Z's anniversary trip to Cuba…

And unsurprisingly, Stacey does NOT approve.

Mz. Dash tweeted:

Hmm, we're prettyyyy sure that is NOT what Lady Bey and her manz were doing at all!

In fact, the US government has deemed the Grown Woman AKA Bey's trip as a "cultural" visit!

And despite what people may believe about Cuba and its current (and past) political situation, the fact is Communism is an extremely complex, debated political ideology that fundamentally is not oppressive.

Even so, Cuba may be considered an oppressive state by some, but should that stop people from visiting the country, which in turn broadens their worldview and exposes them to OTHER societies and cultures?

Is expanding one's mind now considered a BAD thing?! Goodness, we HOPE not! That WOULD be quite oppressive! LOLz.

[Image via WENN.]

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54 comments to “Beyoncé & Jay-Z Funded A "Communist Oppressive" Regime With Cuba Trip According To Clueless' Stacey Dash!”



  1. 1

    Perez, I don't think I have ever personally attacked you. I guess there is always a first time. You are an idiot. "The fact is Communism is an extremely complex, debated political ideology that fundamentally is not oppressive". Please tell me you are only defending these two because they are paying you. You are from Miami. You can't honestly be defending Castro.

  2. kiki says – reply to this


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    BOW DOWN beyonce

  3. lol says – reply to this


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    love Stacey's dress mirrorish

  4. kiki says – reply to this


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    gorilla in clothes *.*

  5. JosieJ says – reply to this


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    "Given them"?!?! I could've sworn that they worked for their money! That's like someone saying that my job kindly transfers money into my account every two weeks! Stacey Dash needs to have a seat and maybe if she focused on her own dwindling career, she wouldn't feel the need to focus on what Jay Z and his wife do with THEIR money. Cuba does not pose a threat to the US.



  6. 6

    its not the first time these creeps have partied with tyrants.

  7. PJ says – reply to this


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    Perez, Jay-Z and Beyonce paid to visit Cuba. Cuba is a Communist nation and the cash they spent to "visit" went into the State ruled nation. The Cold War is over, but be smart; if Jay-Z and Beyonce went to North Korea for a "visit" there would be a hell to pay. Cuba has a embargo for a reason and every American no matter of how much cash they have should honor that, until the Cuban Castro politics falls….in case of a personal attack I know what I am talking about, I study international relations/political science.

  8. MichJB says – reply to this


    8

    Exactly what "culture" could either one of these two bring? No - it was a vacation and they used their influence with Obama to get their travel permits.



  9. 9

    Actually Stacey was right. In fact Jay Z is a big fan of Ernesto Che Guevara , who was a racist communist. Why would they need to visit Cuba and Jay z wearing a Ernesto Che Guevara TShirt? They are disgusting.



  10. 10

    Perez….you are uninformed, biased, and lacking intellectual stamina. You should thank God you live in a country where you are able to spread your misinformation. Don't believe me? Go live in Cuba.



  11. 11

    See what happens when you are friends with Obama. No rules for you. They will be wiping their asses with the constitution next.

  12. JosieJ says – reply to this


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    Re: PJ – Um, former basketball player, Dennis Rodman, just went to NORTH KOREA, a few weeks ago and no one said hardly anything! You know North Korea? That COMMUNISTS country that only threatens to bomb us and about twenty other countries every day! Where was Ms. Dash's disdain then?

  13. Isabelle says – reply to this


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    Re: MichJB
    You do realize that Fidel Castro is no longer in office right ? You do know that his brother who is now in office has taken many positive measures right ?



  14. 14

    im with Stacey on this one..ANDDDD she looks a milllly times better than Beyonce….



  15. 15

    And every time you buy any toy or clothing item your supporting another communist country that practically enslaves you children - CHINA! Funny how everyone's a gung-ho about not supporting Cuba but all of the other "bad" countries out there we turn a blind eye to…



  16. 16

    You Americans live in a closed up world. Everybody goes to Cuba, everybody !
    They may have a communist regime (with its load of atrocities, but then, remember what the USA did to countless thousands?), but the illiteracy rate is one of the lowest in the world, their health system is stellar.

  17. Mushy says – reply to this


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    Who cares what ole save a ho has to say about anything. She's just desperate trying to become relevant again because no one cares a hoot about her.

  18. Mushy says – reply to this


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    Re: PJ – Bottom line, if anyone has the money they can go where ever in the hell they want. Who are you or anybody else to tell someone they cant do where they want to for whatever reason. Sorry that you don't have the funds to go no farther than the corner hub for you vacay. Maybe they will just decide to purchase a home there, they were probably were greeted more warmly there than they would in this evil country we call the USA because of broke folks like you.



  19. 19

    (Past Stacy on the head)
    Ahh honey, you're so cute.

  20. Mushy says – reply to this


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    Re: Mimi57 – How do you know who J-Z is a fan of? Did he personally tell you that? Have you ever met J-Z? Do you know who is a fan of who outside of yourself. You should keep your blogs to yourself because obviously you do not know what you are talking about.

  21. JosieJ says – reply to this


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    Re: somegirl24601 – PREACH!!

  22. wtfperez says – reply to this


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    The truth hurts.

  23. Alisha B says – reply to this


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    Wow. I can't believe I'm hearing of support for Communism… Especially from you (or your staff) Perez! You're known for being supportive of every kind of right you can imagine… But your throwing your support, now, for a political theory that dismisses & pretty much is the exact OPPOSITE of the beliefs you're famous for. Just because your beloved Beyonce says it's ok to support a country that has wanted our demise for years DOESN'T make it ok. Stick with your beliefs!! Don't sway just because someone pays you or even shallowly influences you to think different! It's sad to think that your indecisiveness and pathetic obsession with "Queen Bey" & her every move could make people actually think that Communism is suddenly alright. It's not the beliefs we were founded on & if anyone doesn't love & appreciate the freedoms we were born with, please feel free to GTFO.



  24. 24

    Re: Mushy – It is absolutely amazing to me how stupid people like you are. It is ILLEGAL for Americans to travel to Cuba. Just look at your grammar, that alone shows you know nothing about the crap you're spewing. If this is such an "evil" country, get the f*** out. You morons are the ones wrecking it.



  25. 25

    I'd like to see the kind of life you'd have carved out for yourself in Cuba, Perez. If Communism isn't fundamentally oppressive, then name me ONE…just ONE…communist country which is NOT deeply oppressive? I won't hold my breathe on that one. The proof is in the pudding.

  26. Jessica says – reply to this


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    Re: amariola

    Thank you for this comment. One of only a few that didn't make me facepalm.



  27. 27

    Re: Mushy – he wears Che t-shirts, the idiot is so stupid he doesn't even know that Che hated blacks.



  28. 28

    Dash is right… SHE'S ALLOWED TO HAVE HER OPINION PEOPLE!!!
    Beyonce and her Fug should not support that inhumane government

  29. Tara says – reply to this


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    Next time you whine about the gays not being able to marry, think about all of those living in oppressive, Communist countries who have absolutely no rights at all. I'm sure they'd be more than willing to switch lives with you.



  30. 30

    I thought you were proud of your Cuban heritage and knew something about the history of your people. I see where your real interests lie. You are so involved in kissing the asses of the people you report on you think they do no wrong. Wake up Mario. This was nothing more than a vacation for two rich Americans.

  31. olodo says – reply to this


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    Dash or what ever her name is…
    Shes a big fool, what's her bloody eff business with what jay z and bey do?
    Insignificant dumb 4ckin wingle old hag……. Attention seeker, to hell with
    Your slack old pu**y. Dog of a dash…….cheap hoe.
    Come to africa, you will be stone to miserable death

  32. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: olodo – Decent people don't stone other people for having a different opinion. They also don't threaten people with violence.

  33. caravaggio_starfucker says – reply to this


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    AND FURTHERMORE, Jay-Z and Beyonce promote the Illuminati of which they know nothing of whatsoever. They use the Eye of Horus to feel 'closer' to what they think is ancient black culture or 'Egypt'. Constant logos of the pyramid, US dollar, etc. And Beyonce makes her 'eye pyramid with her hands for photos. Just fucking sick. Rappers are NOT in the Illuminati. However, their music executive types in LA and NY (white caucasian jews) definately could be affiliated with that crowd.

  34. caravaggio_refunded says – reply to this


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    I know a ton of Cuban people in California and New York. They tell me basically the same thing : 99.99% of Cubans in the United States agree with Stacey Dash. The .01% if Cubans that do not agree are the creator of this blog and his mother.



  35. 35

    Re: caravaggio_refunded – how do you know. As a Cuban I love this site

  36. JSRex says – reply to this


    36

    Exactly why is the US government "deeming" anything at all about the "vacation" of two private citizens? I wonder what's really going on…

  37. B says – reply to this


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    I am currently living in a village in Uganda working with HIV positive orphans. Uganda has one of the most corrupt governments in the world, but I am not out partying with the president and spending money on the elite, I am down in the trenches with the people. Beyonce and Jay Z were spending their money socializing with the wealthy, drinking scotch, and smoking Cuban cigars. The culture of a country lies within the everyday people who live in the country. Not in exclusive members only clubs and with the wealthy while much of the country is kept in poverty by an oppressive regime. There are hundreds of beautiful exotic countries they could have gone to, but they went to Cuba to seem elite and Obama gave them a pass because he is their homie.

  38. caravaggio for irons says – reply to this


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    Re: Loves blueberry – I like this site too. Its why I post here. Its content driven primarily from Hollywood, and as a fan I have right to an opinion. Very simple. If the webmaster can be condescending in his remarks with askewed opinion, so can his followers. PERIOD.

  39. Lala says – reply to this


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    Perez, you being a child of Cuban's I would have thought you would have agreed more with her. Sorry but Communism is extremely oppressive. Any & all communist countries are oppressive. They pretty much go together. I'm shocked you support their trip knowing it was for tourism not a cultural exchange program. Only thing they exchanged there was American $ into Cuban $! You used to keep a more of an open mind but you usually now always side with bigger celebrities. I used to read this site religiously almost, even got into fights with my ex about how much I read it, but now I hardly read it every other day. You have changed for the better personally but your site isn't near as much fun. It's slowly become watered down since your change. I miss the snarky, cynical, & sarcastic site. I think you've confused being mean with those things. All you really had to change was the name calling & drawing on the pics.

  40. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: caravaggio_starfucker – Get a load of Chris Brown's pyramid necklace in the latest pic of him and Rihanna driving around. Wearing symbolism because you think it's cool when you don't have a ruddy clue is ignorance, and only serves to promote an agenda that may not be yours when you look into things.

  41. AV787 says – reply to this


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    Perez, though "in theory" Marxism/communism may not be intrinsically oppressive, Castro's regime in Cuba unequivocally oppressive. I am not sure what is NOT oppressive about banning your own citizens from travelling freely outside of the island, or even travelling freely within the island. About paying Cuban citizens in monopoly money ("pesos inconvertibles") that cannot be used at stores where tourists can go and pay with "pesos convertibles" or dollars (and at prices too high for the average Cuban citizen to afford). About not having free elections in 54 years. About censoring the internet (Cuban citizens would not be able to participate in this comment chain, for example). About making it illegal to receive media (magazines, books) or communication devices (laptops, USB drives, ipads, cell phones) from the outside (in fact, American Alan Gross has been in jail for over 3 years in Cuba for setting up a computer system for the Jewish community in Cuba). About beating up women like Las Damas de Blanco for peacefully walking in protest of the unjust imprisonment of their husbands, sons, and brothers whose only "crime" was dissent (=disagreement with the government). About banning musicians from performing publicly (eg. banning popular hip hop group "Los Aldeanos" from performing at Juanes' Paz Sin Fronteras concert because they are considered "counterrevolutionary). I could go on.

  42. AV787 says – reply to this


    42

    I am not against travel to Cuba per se, but I will not support a regime that oppresses its people. I believe in travelling to Cuba in a way that benefits the Cuban people. Of supporting Cuban entrepreneurs (which are forced to exist in the black market, essentially, because the government does not allow for free commerce), not staying in government-owned national hotels. Of interacting with Cuban citizens and communicating with them about the rest of the world (oh, that's illegal too, btw. Cubans are not allowed in their own country's hotels unless they work there, and those who work there are only allowed to tell tourists about the beauty of Cuba and not about their personal experiences).

    Beyonce and Jay-Z likely had good intentions (but you know what they say about the road to hell…). However their approach was misguided. I wish that as public figures they took more responsibility for the message that their actions sent. This could have been a very different sort of trip.

  43. Gina says – reply to this


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    Re: overthere

    If you consider "stellar" to be when you have to bring your own towels, bed sheets, light bulbs and needles to the hospital because they don't have any. And the only way you actually have those items if from family abroad.

    Please don't talk like you know about their healthcare because you saw a biased movie.

    Also, of course they're literate, there is literally nothing else to do but study, for $25 a month, there's no point to even work.

  44. caravaggio crucified says – reply to this


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    Re: @v@ – @v@ look at their clothing lines, its incredible. I think they are told to use the symbology to make it fashionable, but in reality by doing that it distorts the true meaning to those who dont really have an interest or study into what they are actually looking at. That said, their usary of these hip-hop fools is a success. Its no different than the anglo white elite on the left that uses so called minority like a dog. I think this get outta jail free bubble will burst at some point in the near future. Im looking forward to it. Also, Perez is blocking many of my posts lol.

  45. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: caravaggio crucified – Perez has to keep his eye on his ball. He's not AJ and all that stuff is not what he does or the focus of his living. I actually come here to get away from it all, lol.

  46. caravaggio_plausible says – reply to this


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    Re: @v@ – Disagree! He KEEPS it political!

  47. GMAB says – reply to this


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    First off the trip was legal. Secondly it's foolish to state that JayZ or any internationally known entertainer's money comes from the US alone. Thirdly, we are in America and should be able to travel to whereever we want. Frankly, I see this as another shiney ball thrown in the air to divert our attention away from the fact that Congress is getting paid for sitting around and doing nothing right now. They have bigger fish to fry than what private citizens do for their anniversary. Gun Control, Social Security and Education come to mind. As for Stacy Dash — clearly she wants a reality show because it dawned on her that she keeps getting fired from scripted TV programs. If she makes enough ignorant comments she may get one. Hopefully she won't have to resort to a sex tape…

  48. UhOH says – reply to this


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    Re: Gina – The problem is that if there is to be no economic gain then there should be no towels, bedsheets or anything else that emanates from America. Did the Cubans who live in America get so pashionate over China or North Korea? No. If they cannot extend themselves to care about the cause of others then why would anyone care that they are tantrumming now over a legal trip taken by Americans??? If you're not fighting for everyone else then no one is going to fight for you. Frankly, given the conservative tilt of that group I have no idea why anyone with an urban background would give them a second thought.

  49. OhPlease says – reply to this


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    With all this talk of communism and the oppression in Cuba where is the talk of the freedom that we enjoy here in America — like the freedom to travel anywhere we want???? In my book you cannot have it both ways. Besides we are pursuing trade with China. Anyone can travel to North Korea and any other communist regime. Let's call this what it is — a double standard. They took the same trip that some students and other private US citizens have taken. The only difference is that everyone wants a picture with them. We should be able to travel where ever we can afford to go. That is what America (and capitalism) is about.

  50. Truthsayer says – reply to this


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    Re: Mimi57 – Do you own anything that was made in China???? GMAB, the double standard abounds. It's legal for you to buy Chinese goods so you do; it was legal for them to go to Cuba so they did … end of story.

  51. AmericansareFree says – reply to this


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    Re: PJ – It's legal to go to N. Korea too and where was the Cuban outrage over Rodman's trip?????

  52. Getalife says – reply to this


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    Re: Lala – Yes, lets fight oppression by preventing our citizens from going where they choose… @@

  53. BlametheRepublicans says – reply to this


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    The republicans cut the funding to enforce the ban… Figures.

  54. USATODAY says – reply to this


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    Finally a well written and truthful article about the situation that is not filled with bias!