Bey and Jay are currently celebrating their fifth anniversary eating, wearing tribal-printed DVF (her), smoking cigars (him), and posing with schoolchildren in Old Havana. They also brought their moms Tina and Gloria, as well as some bodyguards, just like you or I would do on our anniversary vacations, right?

The couple's come under fire from multiple Cuban-American groups for picking tumultuous Havana as the destination spot to blithely sip on daiquiris without studying up on the human rights abuses going on in the country. Cuban rights lobbyist Mauricio Claver-Carone spoke to TMZ:

Mauricio says he's disappointed the superstars chose to vacay in Cuba because, "There are women getting beaten on a daily basis, women who are being jailed for no reason ... people are fighting for their freedom. It's extremely insensitive."

Leave it to them to go somewhere contraband to the rest of us Muggles: Tourism in Havana is technically illegal due to the half-century embargo that America's has on the Communist nation, but according to the Miami Herald, "Washington has issued special licenses for cultural, religious, academic and other types of visits."

Maybe Jay-Z's hankering to smoke some H. Upmanns counted as a "cultural visit"? Or they just got a pass from a buddy.

'Beyonce, Jay-Z celebrate 5th anniversary in Havana, Cuba' [LA Times]