The Cuban duo denounced on their social networks that in Barcelona, a few meters from where a concert took place, in a fast food restaurant, they were subjected to insults and physical attacks, and received death threats from counterrevolutionary elements.
Cubainformación reported on Thursday that a group of people with fascist attitudes harassed the musicians, in response to which several Cubans from the patriotic emigration came in support of the duo and created a security cordon between the musicians and the violent aggressors.
Buena Fe appeared in the Nou Barris neighborhood of Barcelona and before that in Mataró, Catalonia, on an invitation by the Popular Unity Candidacies, a political formation that intended to show its support and solidarity.
The concerts were attended by the militants of the said formation, people from the solidarity movement with Cuba in Catalonia, and Cuban residents carrying Cuban flags, Cubainformación reported.
In both concerts there was an atmosphere of peace and culture, in which the criminal blockade suffered by the Cuban people by the United States Government was denounced.
It was also an opportunity to expose the physical aggression that occurred before the concert by a small group of counterrevolutionaries, led by Sayde Chaling-Chong, ex-candidate of Vox (far-right Spanish party) and ringleader of the harassment of the Cuban Consulate in Barcelona last year, the source said.
A campaign promoted by Cubainformación in support of the Cuban musicians led to the collection of nearly more than 1,500 support signatures, in protest of demonstrations against their concerts in Spain.