At least 300 met yesterday afternoon in Milan, creating a real gathering. Three hundred guys who, without considering any anti-covid distancing measure, got together to shoot the rap video of Neima Ezza, a rapper born in Morocco and raised in that suburb of the suburbs. When the police intervened, then, the young people shouted: “Go away, out of our zane”. Soon after, they started throwing stones, sticks and whatever else they could find at the police. In response, tear gas was used against them to drive them away.
Milan gathering, 300 for a video clip
It all happened around 5:30 pm yesterday afternoon, and it started with a flash mob organized to shoot Neima Ezza’s video clip, a young rapper well known in the environment and especially in that neighborhood. Thus, about 300 young people between the ages of 16 and 20 found themselves on the street, on the outskirts of Milan, creating a real gathering. All together they started dancing on the street, without respecting any measure against the spread of covid.
Not only: during the filming of the video some young people got on the roof of the parked cars, and started jumping. Also for this reason the police officers had to intervene: five teams from the Mobile Police Department and a battalion of the Carabinieri were sent to the scene. Upon their arrival the boys immediately fled, but it wasn’t long before they got together to challenge the police.
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Once the group was reformed, the young people who had created the gathering on the outskirts of Milan gave birth to one urban warfare. In fact, objects of all kinds, such as stones and sticks, have flown against the police. The police had to respond with the use of tear gas to disperse them. After that the police station maintained a police station.
But who is Neima Ezza, the rapper who managed to gather so many people despite the anti-covid measures? Neima Ezza is a boy born in Morocco and raised in the assembly district. In his songs he tells of the discomfort of the Milanese suburbs, and among his best-known songs are “Being rich” and “Friend”. Only a few days ago, on Twitter, he published a post with the words: “It’s a matter of days. Stay connected ”. It is not excluded that he was referring to the flash mob organized to shoot his music video. >> All the news from UrbanPost