A group of about 300 young people met for a rap video to be shot in the area on the outskirts of Milan without any distancing. Police and carabinieri arrived on the spot, while from the operations center the thing was followed through cameras
Milan – “Go away”, “out of our areas”. They were welcomed like thisì the agents and carabinieri sent today to via Micene, in Milan, for a gathering of hundreds of guys, all there for the video of rapper Neima Ezza.
It was necessary to throw a tear gas to disperse the crowd. It happened around 5.30pm this afternoon. A group of about 300 young people met for a rap video to be shot in the area on the outskirts of Milan without any distancing. Police and carabinieri arrived on the spot, while from the operations center the thing was followed through the cameras. When the boys, between 16 and 20 years old, saw them arrive and fled towards piazzale Selinunte where they gathered and started throwing stones, sticks and bottles at the police. That’s when a tear gas was fired. During the filming of the video, several boys, aged between 16 and 20, climbed onto the roof of parked cars and started jumping. For this, five teams of the Mobile Department of the State Police and the Battalion of the Carabinieri currently engaged in anti-assembly services in the city. Initially the boys fled, then they gathered in the square in one of the Milanese neighborhoods of public housing, and here a sort of urban guerrilla began, with the throwing of objects towards the agents and the military.
Once the young people are dispersed, the police station maintained a police station on the spot. Neima Ezza, born in Morocco, grew up in that neighborhood. Since his debut, which dates back to 2018, he sings the discomfort of the Milanese suburbs and has made himself known in particular with the songs ‘To be rich’ and ‘Amico’. “It’s a matter of days” he wrote on Twitter two days ago. “Stay connected”. Probably he was referring to the making of the new video.