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In conjunction with their five-year marriage anniversary, Beyoncé and Jay-Z took a trip to Cuba last week. The trip to the Communist-ruled country led government officials to question if they violated the United States’ 51-year embargo that prohibits American citizens from visiting the country for purely tourist reasons. But it has now been revealed that the couple’s trip was okayed by the U.S. Treasury Department.
In conjunction with their five-year marriage anniversary, Beyoncé and Jay-Z took a trip to Cuba last week to see the sites and smoke a few cigars. Now government officials are investigating the couple’s trip to the Communist-ruled country to see if they violated the United States’ 51-year embargo that prohibits American citizens from visiting the country for purely tourist reasons.
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