President Miguel Díaz-Canel is mocked in viral video with escaped monkey

A video mocking the Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel has gone viral on social media and puts him in a fictional conversation with a monkey who recently escaped CaibarienThe clip sparked a wave of comments and reactions from users.

An Instagram user named cardin.jaknown for sharing humorous videos critical of the Cuban regime, published a fictitious phone conversation in which Díaz-Canel complains to the monkey about the enormous expenditure of resources and the extensive mobilization of people necessary to capture him.

Recently, another incident occurred involving an escaped monkey in Havana Zoo on Avenida 26 in Vedado, according to several Facebook users. The profile “Cántalo TV” published images of the monkey walking along the avenue accompanied by a stray dog.

“Not even the monkeys can stand life on the island,” the author of the article comments ironically.

Questions about the viral video mocking Miguel Díaz-Canel

Below are some frequently asked questions and answers about the viral video mocking President Miguel Díaz-Canel and the recent incidents involving escaped monkeys in Cuba.

Who posted the viral video mocking Miguel Díaz-Canel?

The video was posted by an Instagram user named cardin.ja, who is known for sharing humorous content critical of the Cuban regime.

What was the content of the fictitious phone call in the video?

In the fictitious phone call, President Díaz-Canel complained to the escaped monkey that it would require considerable resources and many people to capture it.

Where did the other recent monkey escape incident occur?

In another recent incident, a monkey escaped from the Havana Zoo on Avenida 26 in the Vedado district.