They stormed the house of La Diosa de Cuba

They stormed the house of La Diosa de Cuba

2 | 11/04/2021 – 7:17 am (GMT-4)

Singer Diianlis Alfonso Cartaya, better known as La Diosa de Cuba, denounced on her Instagram account that two thieves entered her home to rob.

The artist had a surveillance camera installed at her gate, which clearly captured the entrance to a man who had two armchairs that were at the gate.

“Last night, two crazy people entered my gate and ended up recording and there is really one inmate. Young boys, you can’t believe how people are, what a horror,” said Rigiton.

In the video posted on his Instagram account, a young man is seen wearing a mask and a hat as he leaps onto the small wall that borders the house. Once inside, the thief grabbed an armchair and passed them on the sidewalk, before jumping back onto the highway.

In a later post, La Diosa shared a photo of her at the beach in which she looks happy and calm with her puppy.

“Yemayá says everything is fine and I trust her, and she said I will cross her seas to so many places that I cannot even imagine,” he wrote.

Last November, the singer did a live broadcast on her Facebook wall to show the progress being made His new home which he plans to move into very soon with his family.

La Diosa confirmed in the video that her home purchase was the result of a great effort. “If I have achieved this, then he is fighting little by little,” he said.

Dianlis showed the huge garden surrounding the entire house and the large entrance gate, with enough room for her dogs to play and run freely, and even with small animal homes.

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He said, “This is where I get to today, to the gate and the garden, because on the inside they paint, they put cracks and those things, but I always wanted to share it with you with me.”

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