The famous sports journalist Julieta Osende, the former official commentator for Cuban television, arrived this week in the United States, specifically in the city of Las Vegas, according to what she herself published on it. networks social.
“A pleasure to share with these beautiful people. Las Vegas, sin city (laughs), sin you don’t know. My nephews and friends…we are together again,” the former official reporter wrote.
Osendi posted several photos on some Las Vegas streets with family and friends. One of his friends, Miguel Martínez, welcomed him to the United States and said, “Well, he has finally arrived! My dear friend/Julita’s sister. My friend/Julita’s sister has finally arrived.”
Earlier this week, Julieta posted some TikTok videos commenting on the 62nd National Baseball Series Final, and also promoted her daughter-in-law’s beauty business in Cape Coral, Florida. Apparently, he will settle in the state in which one of his children lives.
In May of this year, the popular reporter exploded on her personal Facebook page after the Communist Labor Day celebrations in Cuba and asserted that she no longer had hope for the Cuban regime and that she had lost her life believing in the “Machiavellian and monstrous fallacy”.
Ossendi used the May 1 suspension of the show to reaffirm how “devastated” the country was and to stress that at this time there was “nothing to celebrate”. “Hope was green and the goats ate it,” the reporter confirmed.
“Even the sad chicken, which barely reached two meals, they took it from us. From the famous ‘package’ which they sell us, by the way, very expensive, they already took a bottle of oil from the initial two letters. Same with the dog’s pack. In the butcher’s shop, for the basic basket, they sell Just a few eggs is not enough.”
Osendi described the leaders of Miguel Diaz-Canel’s government as “liars” and emphasized that the “nose” has continued and will continue to grow, “referring to the story of Pinocchio, in the midst of the acute social and economic crisis that the country is experiencing. The country.
“Cuba is an island and there are no fish, shrimp or crayfish. Go to the houses of the fat lords and you will surely find them. You know? I am tired and very sad that I was wrong. Even sadder is that he lost his life believing in this Machiavellian and monstrous fallacy,” he said.
Osindi is one of the pioneers of women’s sports journalism in Cuba, and since the 1980s, when she started on Cuban television, she has covered several Olympic Games, such as those in Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, and Beijing, as well as the IAAF World Championships and Olympic Games. Pan American and Central American Games. During her time in this milieu, she was very close to the first echelons of power in the Communist Party, including Fidel Castro himself.