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Cuban singer El Insurrecto arrested in Nebraska

Cuban singer El Insurrecto arrested in Nebraska

Cuban Leandro Medina Fellow, urban music singer known as “Rebel”He was arrested by the authorities of the state of Nebraska in the United States.

Information published The Hall County Department of Corrections website shows that the artist was detained and booked in the early morning hours of Friday, October 20.


Influencer Alex Urbano specified in his book programCiting a source from friends and relatives of the singer who was arrested on Thursday night, October 19, after a fight at a gas station in Hall County, Nebraska.

According to the same source, the other person involved, whose identity has not yet been determined, left the scene before the authorities arrived.

It is not known whether the singer has already appeared in court. At the time of writing, there are no other confirmed details about the case.

This wouldn’t be the first time El Insurrecto has been in trouble with the law in the United States. In January 2019, he was allegedly arrested at a Sedano’s supermarket in Miami. Attempting to steal goods, an act he was unable to complete because he was surprised.

In October of the same year, during a concert in Las Vegas, the artist She was attacked after leaving a presentation at a private party.

“I lived through difficult experiences that made me question many things, but they also showed me my strength. Now I look to the future with a new focus, a renewed identity, and clearer goals.”

Many things have happened to me that I did not deserveHe added at the time: “But they showed me that I am stronger than I thought, and that is why a new behavior, a new name, a new voice, new opportunities and new goals.”

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After arriving in the United States on a tour organized by Pacheco Entertainment with a work permit, the musician returned to Cuba and then entered American territory again on a B-2 visitor visa.

“My husband warned him about the restrictions on his immigration status, noting that working under that visa was prohibited. “Shortly after, we lost contact with him,” Angelica Pacheco, wife of the agency owner, explained on that occasion in conversation with Alexandre Otaola.