Editorial by CubitaNOW ~ Wednesday January 31, 2024
Abraham Perez, a young Cuban who was greeted by his uncle at the Miami airport a few days ago with a pickaxe, work boots and a shovel, spoke about his experience after arriving in the independent nation.
“They told me it's a big deal, it's a big deal, it's true, but the truth is you have to work, and if you don't work you won't get what you want. ,” he told journalist Javier Diaz Univision.
According to him, a few hours after his arrival, he went to his first day of work with his uncle, Ricardo Castillo Díaz.
“Even though the initiative that I've taken is a little bit increased … he has to do this because he comes from a broken community, a broken community from every angle you look at it,” Cuban said.
“I like to say that it is better to make men of tomorrow than to mend broken men,” he asserted.
While receiving the young man, he acted precisely in some viral scenes.
“Okay gentleman, my nephew is from Cuba and I brought him a present. Wow, there you have it! This is how you get Cubans, because Cubans get it wrong,” he said in a video with thousands of views.
“So you can see that what my nephew picked up and shoveled was no lie,” he said as he drove the boy to work the next day.
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