Cuban dissidents and popular reggaeton artists Ruben Cuesta Palomo aka "Candyman"(far left) and Jose Manuel Berlo, known as "Mucho Manolo," are joined by singer Liettys Rachel Reyes. All three members of UNPACU, an opposition group, visited Miami.
Cuban dissidents and popular reggaeton artists Ruben Cuesta Palomo aka "Candyman"(far left) and Jose Manuel Berlo, known as "Mucho Manolo," are joined by singer Liettys Rachel Reyes. All three members of UNPACU, an opposition group, visited Miami. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com
Cuban dissidents and popular reggaeton artists Ruben Cuesta Palomo aka "Candyman"(far left) and Jose Manuel Berlo, known as "Mucho Manolo," are joined by singer Liettys Rachel Reyes. All three members of UNPACU, an opposition group, visited Miami. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com

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