“The latest obscene gimmick of the singer on duty has just been known for just one day, venting frustrations, maladjustments and anger by staging in his pathetic video messages of death against policemen in the style of Mussolini’s memory, in search of a squalid and sad notoriety . And looking at the masterpiece entitled ‘Audi’, even the ‘veterans’ who wear the uniform, and have been dealing with the ugliness of our society for a long time, cannot remain indifferent ». So Valter Mazzetti, Secretary General Fsp State Police, comments on the video of rapper Fuma, which talks about the clash between the singer and a policeman, with the annihilation of the latter and the consequent exposure of the corpse hanging upside down.
“The nauseating roundup of images triggers pure indignation – he adds – especially because the policemen are women and men, they are mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, as well as guarantors of safety especially for the weakest: and in that video there is a child who he witnesses the obscene enthusiastic wriggling of a bunch of rowdlers, the same ones cheering under the dangling body of the police officer hanging upside down. The level of violence of all kinds that occurs daily against the police, from the squares to the network, is no longer bearable. A complaint will be launched ».
«But in the meantime let’s call into question the Guarantor for minors – says Mazzetti – and the protection authority, and above all we ask: does Audi know anything about all this? Because the name of the car manufacturer is not only the title of the song, but is also recurring in the text, and also the rapper protagonist of the video sports the symbols of the brand. That horror must be eliminated. In this historical moment more than ever in which the attention to the network, to the contents, to its use, and above all to the involvement of minors in any capacity, with respect to which the State Police is making every possible effort, this is yet another proof of how certain tools would require greater control and limits imposed by legality and security, as well as by the more common sense of civic duty “, he concludes.
«The boundary between violence and free artistic expression has been largely crossed in the video of the so-called ‘Fuma’ rapper. It is not admissible that this shame is visible on the net ». This is the comment by Fabio Conestà, General Secretary of Mosap (Autonomous Police Union Movement), on the single ‘Audi’ by rapper Fuma, which talks about the clash between the singer and a policeman, with the annihilation of the latter and the consequent exposure of the dead body hanging upside down.
“A small child also appears in the video. The message that passes – says Conestà – is very wrong. One cannot rejoice in front of the corpse of a policeman, because so many families have cried in front of the lifeless body of so many men and women in uniform who gave their lives to serve the country ».
“We will evaluate what to do with our lawyers, in the meantime – he concludes – I address a personal appeal to the Chief of Police Gabrielli and to Minister Lamorgese: do not let colleagues have to swallow this toad in the silence of those who should protect them among the institutions”.
Youtube removes the video
«The shameful video of a policeman hanging upside down has been removed from Youtube. Thanks to the prompt intervention of the Department, a first remedy was put in place for this horror in which, moreover, a minor was also involved. Now we wait for the other social networks to do the same, respecting the legality and decorum, as well as the memory of many servants of the state who have lost their lives in the performance of their duty, and their families. But, above all, we hope that even more severe consequences may affect those who were responsible for this obscene stunt. There are insurmountable limits, even in the ‘artistic’ field, and threatening with death those who wear the uniform and with it the State, affirming an alleged ability to override it with violence, certainly is ». This was announced by Valter Mazzetti, explaining that in search of the video entitled ” Audi ” by the rapper Fuma, the words “These contents are not available in the domain of this country due to a legal complaint by the government”.