Tomorrow at Le Iene, in prime time on Italia1, the ‘peace’ between Ghali and Matteo Salvini, after the brawl that saw them as protagonists of the news of these days. In fact, on Sunday evening, during the Milan-Inter derby, the singer and the leader of the League were in the stands of honor at the San Siro stadium when – as partially shown by a video that in the last hours was picked up by several Italian sites – Ghali (Rossoneri fan like Salvini) after the AC Milan goal, got up and yelled something to Salvini, perhaps an insult to cheer against a goal scored by a football player. color. In order to make them reconcile, in two different moments, Stefano Corti reached both: to Ghali, who was in Milan, he asked to sign a Tunisian national team shirt with the names of both and to Salvini who was in Calabria to thank the voters of the Lega, asked to wear it as a relaxing gesture. Ghali signed the t-shirt and the leader of the League accepted the gift from the singer. Both, with the correspondent, commented on the story.
“What happened?”, Corti asks the singer. “Nothing happened,” he replies. “There is this video in which you resented Salvini and we wanted to understand what happened”, continues the correspondent. “Nothing clicked,” says Ghali. 2How come at the goal, one usually cheers, and you felt like telling him… ?. We just want to understand what happened “, continues the Hyena.” Anyone with a minimum of brain, in my place, finding himself in front of such a character, would have done it “, comments the singer.” Milan draws, he rejoices, and you tell him why are you rejoicing? … “, asks the envoy.” I was also exulting in reality, then I turned around and when I saw it many images reappeared in my mind and it seemed like a great grip for the c ** o. “, Ghali replies, and continues:” What I told him he knows very well, the people who were next to me have heard, but in front of such a character I was not able to shut up, even if it wasn’t the right context. After having lived certain things on your own skin, having lost people I know, in the sea, it is a very delicate matter that should not be treated as he does, in a truly inhumane way. I repeat, it was just impulsive. ”Ghali explains.
“We took a Tunisian t-shirt to bring it to him and make him think a little about the concept that came out of that discussion. Would you like to sign it?”. The singer accepts, and while he is signing it Corti asks him: “You also put one dedication? “. “My signature is enough and advances, I think it’s a pretty ok message.”, Concludes the singer, greeting him. Even with the leader of the League, Corti reconstructs the story and, after having listened to his version, he says: “We brought you the Tunisia shirt, the Tunisian national team, signed by Ghali”. “Is this your autograph? Ciumbia!”, Salvini replies. “We took it XL, can we try it for a moment?”, Asks the correspondent. “Apart from the fact that I am an L, because I dropped to 86 (Kg, ed.), XL is offensive!”, Replies the leader of the Carroccio. “Let’s try it for a moment, he made a gesture towards you”, Corti points out, “I continue to go to San Siro with the Milan shirt, without Ghali being offended!”, Says Salvini while wearing the t-shirt over his jacket. Then the correspondent exclaims: “Senator Salvini, as a sign of relaxation, puts on the shirt signed by Ghali”.
“I give this to my son who will be happy”, says Salvini, adding: “It is such a complicated moment for the Italians that they waste time insulting each other at the stadium … one, that’s enough, apologize and friends as before”. “Yes, he was sorry”, says the envoy, and proposes: “As a sign of definitive peace we want to say peace made in Arabic, can we feel it?”. “And how do you say?”, Asks the secretary of the League, “They say Tamma absolh beinana”, Corti replies. “Aren’t you making me throw two curses in Arabic, which then opens a world conflict ?!”, exclaims Salvini. “No, it means peace made”, the envoy reassured him. “Tamma absolh beinana, did I go well?” Says Salvini together with a “Peace and love!”. “What do we want to say to Ghali?”, Concludes Corti. “Come on Milan!”, Salvini replies.