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Fabrizio Moro talks about the Salmo and Vittorio Brumotti case

He has no intention of keeping anything for himself, and those who know Fabrizio Moro well know perfectly well that from his determined character, frankness is a predominant characteristic. The singer unleashes himself in a free-wheeling interview with Il Fatto Quotidiano. Many topics were touched on inside: the Salmo case, the forced gatherings, the post-victory celebrations of Euro 2020, the controversies on the net and even a jab at Vittorio Brumotti, correspondent of Striscia la Notizia.

Let’s start with the Salmo case and with that live show that caused a wave of protests not only from the web, but even made colleagues from the music world turn up their noses like rapper Gemitaiz, singer Alessandra Amoroso and – above all – Fedez with whom a public question and answer was ignited.

To these rumors is added that of Fabrizio Moro who, while not naming the Sardinian rapper, would dispute what happened on August 13 last in Olbia:

There are those who perform the concert in front of 3 thousand people gathered and those who wear two sequins and believe themselves to be artists. They make para * ule statements on social media, not giving a damn about composing songs.

And it continues with an outburst addressed to the emergency managers and therefore to the issue of refreshments also for the music and shows category:

I am forced to play in front of a maximum of 1000 people spaced out, with green passes, seats and with various constraints, forced to leave all the production at home because even a “sold out” barely pays the production costs of the entire concert. But what are we talking about? We have been standing still for 2 years, make it clear!

In addition, his clarification is aimed at the post-victory celebrations at the 2020 European Football Championships (2021). Recall that the day after the final won by Italy against England, the European champions toured the streets of the center of Rome on an open double-decker bus. “I am disgusted by such reckless celebrations. No one to put the brakes on “.

Moro does not stop there, as he said he has something for everyone, both for those characters who “allow themselves to talk about decrees on social media with the” same ease with which they publish a photo from the toilet “, and for those who start the rounds of controversy on the net without then concluding anything: “Everyone wants to have their say, I’m nauseous”.

Fabrizio Moro on Instagram specifies: “I’m not against Salmo, nor against the national team and its fans”

On Instagram (time after the interview was released) Moro specifies:

For me, Psalm is free to express himself as he wants, it is not up to me to judge him, who am I to judge the choices of a colleague? Everyone has their own creed and puts it into practice. I talked about CLARITY instead. There is no clarity. I am neither against Salmo, nor against my national football team, nor against the fans who have their own football creed. I am against a disorganized and unclear handling of the problem.

Fabrizio Moro on Vittorio Brumotti: “His is easy sensationalism”

The singer also spent a few words on the correspondent of Striscia la Notizia, Vittorio Brumotti, about a report broadcast last April. Brumotti, who went to the Quarticciolo district (perferia of Rome), tried to document the sad reality linked to the shady drug trafficking. He was attacked by pusher, then Moro’s one appeared among the comments on the web:

In the villages, in addition to the discomfort, there is also a lot of beauty but to see it you have to know how to walk.

A statement that left many criticisms and reflections. In the last interview with Il Fatto Quotidiano, Moro returns to talk about the correspondent of the satirical Tg:

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