Earlier today news broke that Cuban officials have decided to crackdown on reggaeton music, making it illegal for artists to perform the music in public and for radio DJs to play it during their shows.  Orlando Vistel Columbié, head of the Cuban Musician Institute, told the official Cuban Communist Party newspaper, Granma, late last month that Reggaeton music contains "sexually obscene lyrics that deform the innate sensuality of the Cuban woman, projecting them as grotesque sexual objects." Not only that, Vistel said that Reggaeton is the "poorest quality music."

Instead of people lamenting the fact that a government is culturally censoring its citizens, a number of people took to Twitter and celebrated the fact that one of the most popular genres of music on the island nation is now illegal.