Goddess and Concert Diwan for Canada

Controversial Cuban singer Dianelis Alfonso, known as the Cuban goddess, revealed on her social network that she will be making a brief tour of two Canadian cities in August with popular Cuban reggaeton artist known as Divan.

Devi will travel to that country in August for two short productions. On 26 and 27 August, he would perform with reggaeton singers Dewan and Raiza “La Malacria” in Toronto and Montreal respectively.

Unfortunately, this week La Diosa officially took to their social networks to indicate the cancellation of their concert at the Licco de Regala in Havana, which should take place on July 30.

“I’m sorry, my people, my concert at the Liso de Regala was postponed. They tell me the reason it is the day of the martyrs, “the interpreter wrote on his Instagram profile. Facing the anger of her followers with authority, the goddess called for calm.

Shortly after, he expressed his wish that at some point his audience on the island could enjoy live “La Papaya de 40 Pounds”, his latest hit.

“I love seeing how the kids, the men, the women are. Comedians, actors, singers, entertainers, public figures. TV shows, radio stations. In Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Mexico, America, Russia etc. They dance and enjoy the 40 pound La Papaya theme. This is something I want you to experience one day. Many blessings”, he assured in his network.

Recently, La Diosa defended herself from people who criticize her on the network and call her “obscene”. “Rude, but brilliant. Devi, there is only one,” replied the former member of Ng La Banda.

“They know who put me where I am, who never asked me to change my way of being and with them I go to the end of the world. Yes, obscene, but with genius”, he concluded.

There were criticisms regarding the launch of her new song “The West with a Garden Pinguita”, which the singer described as her “next stick”. Before that, he had heated the trap with a “40 pound papaya”.


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