The trip Beyonce' and Jay-Z took to Cuba to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary last week is coming under scrutiny of the U.S. government.
Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida have written to the Treasury Department, saying the U.S. restricts tourism to Cuba to keep American money from "supporting a murderous regime that opposes U.S. Security interests at every turn."
Americans may only travel to Cuba if they get licenses for academic, religious, journalistic or culture exchange trips. Simple tourism is forbidden.
Beyonce' and Jay-Z have declined to speak to reporters.
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