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This Miami Ice Cream Shop Is A Cuban Heaven On Earth

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Y’all. If you’re ever in Miami and want a super Miami experience, you have to go to Azúcar Ice Cream Company. Like, where the hell else are you going to find avocado ice cream or guava and white chocolate chip cookies? Answer: nowhere.

Deep in Miami’s Little Havana, you’re going to find the best Cuban-themed ice cream shop: Azúcar Ice Cream Company.

Took a little trip to #azucar #miami #calleocho #azucaricecream #littlehavana

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Spoiler: Celia Cruz has a strong presence.

First, let’s get this out of the way:

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Speaking of Celia Cruz, you have to try the Celia cone.

What’s not to love about malta and leche condensada in ice cream?

Or spring for the Abuela Maria cookie sandwich.

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Those are guava and white chocolate chip cookies.

They have just about every Cuban flavor you could imagine.

Flava in ya ear???#azucaricecream #miami #littlehavana

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There’s even guava syrup to throw on that bad boy because… why the hell not?

Love, love Abuela Maria ice cream from @azucaricecream, of course has to add an extra guava drizzle

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My heart, my taste buds… Come to poppa.

Or you can get guava ice cream if the drizzle isn’t enough.

Guava samples NOW @flavorishmarket ! Come and try it

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And for you avocado enthusiasts, there’s this to fulfill your wildest dreams:

As fresh as it gets….avocado ice cream today at Azucar!!!

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Why isn’t this be a nationwide chain operation?

And it gets better: You can customize the hell out of your ice cream like only Latinos do.


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My body is ready!!

Sadly, you can only find it in Little Havana at the moment.

Every day, even a stranded day, is a gift. #littlehavana #wynwoodartdistrict #azucaricecream #stranded

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Though, tbh, where else would something so wonderful be born?

Don’t believe this is the best ice cream shop around? Just ask Fluffy…

Fluffy loves Azucar Ice Cream! We ❤️Fluffy!

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…or even Celia Cruz.


BRB, going to Miami.

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This Mexican Singer's Music Video Depicts Violence Against Women, Now He Could Face Jail Time

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This Mexican Singer’s Music Video Depicts Violence Against Women, Now He Could Face Jail Time

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Earlier this year, regional Mexican music star Gerardo Ortiz sparked a backlash after the release of the music video for “Fuiste Mia.” The video features Ortiz taking revenge on a cheating girlfriend, and the man she was sleeping with, by killing them. Not exactly the most romantic video in Ortiz’s career.

After complaints that the video promoted violence against women, YouTube and Vevo removed the video.

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CREDIT: Credit: GerardoOrtizVEVO / YouTube

Ortiz then held a press conference in which he awkwardly attempted to justify the violence in the video, comparing it to the violence found in a TV show or movie.

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CREDIT: Credit: Dulce Osuna / YouTube

Now, Ortiz could face jail time for the video. Yes, jail time.

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#friday 😈🤘🏼

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According to El Universal, Ortiz was recently arrested upon arriving to the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. He was charged with “criminal exaltation,” which carries a sentence of one to six months in jail.

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Una del fin en Phoenix AZ.!! 🚀🎉🔥

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Criminal exaltation, which is called “apología de delito” in Spanish, happens when someone publicly supports or attempts to justify an illegal activity. Ortiz, who plays the protagonist in the music video for “Fuiste Mia,” kills two characters and rides away into the sunset, which was seen as a justification of murder.

Ortiz was released after paying 50,000 pesos (about $2,700) in bail. Now, a judge will decide whether there is enough evidence to try Ortiz.

READ: These 7 Narcocorridos Will Probably Piss You Off… Or Make You Dance

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