The weekly ‘Oggi’, on newsstands this week, anticipates a scoop regarding Clarissa, Jessica and Lucrezia Selassiè, the three (noble ?!) sisters who are participating as competitors in the ‘Big Brother Vip 6’. The magazine, directed by Umberto Brindani, throws a bomb intended to make the ‘Vippons’ talk inside the Cinecittà house. The girls wouldn’t be princesses as stated in the introductory clip. It is read:
the weekly Oggi reveals that the three “Ethiopian princesses” are not actually princesses, that is, descendants of the Negus Heilé Selassié, and that their father, Aklile Berhan Makonnen Hailé Selassié, was arrested in Luxembourg in June and extradited a few weeks ago to Switzerland , where he will be held at least three months in the Lugano prison. In the international arrest warrant issued on March 5 by the Swiss authorities for a 10 million franc scam, there is a curious addition to the kilometric name of the “descendant” of the Negus, that of “Giulio Bissiri”.
The truth about the Selassié sisters of Big Brother Vip 6
But it does not end here: the ‘yellow’ takes on very particular connotations that would unquestionably deny the imperial descent of the father of the three girls:
Giulio was actually born in Ethiopia, the son of an Italian gardener who worked in the imperial palace of Haile Selassié. The child played with Haile Selassie’s grandchildren and was well liked by the imperial family who regarded him as one of them. Back in Italy, he lived the dream of recovering the immense treasure of the Negus. Thus it was that he convinced some legitimate descendants of Haile Selassie, now poor in cane who lived in various countries, to sign him a proxy and turn a blind eye to his established descendants from the Duke of Harar, second son of the emperor. Finally managing to have his documents changed and to pass himself off as the third in the Ethiopian imperial succession.
Lulù, in recent weeks, seems to have literally lost his head for Manuel Bortuzzo while Jessica has aimed at the model Samy Youssef, who, however, has not yet come out into the open. Will it be the ‘love jokes’ edition?
Photo | courtesy of the Endemol Shine Italy press office
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