From his Instagram stories Fedez explains some passages of one of his texts targeted by some leaguers who accused him of having expressed homophobic content in his songs: “don’t come and give me lessons of consistency”.
After the intervention of Fedez on the stage of the First of May in which he reported the homophobic public utterances of numerous members of the League, demonstrating the importance of approving the ddl Zan, on social many leaguers have taken some lines of old songs of the rapper that according to them would bring back equally homophobic verses.
Yesterday afternoon the rapper, from his stories, explained his texts demonstrating how the attacks received were due to an incorrect understanding of the contents.
Finally, he added that he did not want to receive lessons in coherence from a party whose leader had insulted southern Italy for a long time, only to then go there to campaign to collect the votes of the South.
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The analysis of the text by Faccio Brutto
Yesterday Fedez explained the meaning of some of his texts in the Instagram stories after some leaguers have compared the homophobic statements of the exponents of the Carroccio cited by Fedez al First of May, to some verses sung by the rapper in the past years.
The singer found himself having to literally explain the contents of one of his songs, I do Ugly, in which he ridicules the figure of the gangsta rapper who shows himself hard to save the character, at times even homophobic and machista.
As he explains Fedez, the lyrics of the song have a structure that is based on taking all the clichés of the rapper’s stereotype and then concluding with a sentence that ridicules everything. Which also happens in the verse indicted by the Northern League, which in fact says: “I have a repressed hatred towards all gay people / but then I file with the photo of the singer of the Green Day“.
Fedez to the leaguers “I was wrong too, but don’t tell me about consistency”
After explaining the real meaning of the lines of his song, Fedez explains that in the past he will surely have said homophobic phrases without being aware of them, but that growing up he tried to improve himself and fill in his gaps:
“I sinned too, as a young man, I certainly said homophobic things. There was never, in the neighborhood where I grew up, education in this sense, but then I tried to improve myself.
I was wrong about things dictated by ignorance: I made a text recently that was judged transphobic, it was not wanted, but I invited a trans girl to my podcast, we addressed the topic and I learned a lot of things, because I have no foreclosures .
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But understand what to say “if I had a gay son I would burn him in the oven“From a person who is supposed to represent the country, not a rapper, is that something that gives a completely different weight?”
So, Fedez he also recalls that in terms of consistency he certainly does not need lessons from a party whose leader, Matteo Salvini, for a long time sang racist chants against Naples and Southern Italy, and then completely reversed the course in view of the electoral campaigns:
“But then friends of the League: you really want to go and stir in my past, when your leader a few years ago not so far made a video in which he said”Naples m *** a, Naples cholera, you are the ruin of the whole of Italy”And today are you going to Naples to ask Neapolitans for votes? But what the f *** do you want from me? “
In conclusion, the rapper invites the political class to return to dealing with the problems of the country, promising that for his part and his wife, charitable initiatives will continue to be carried out as has been done by the Ferragnez since the pandemic broke out. coronavirus.