“Fedez told me that he certainly didn’t do it with the intention of being disrespectful. He understood he was wrong. In fact, at that moment I was disappointed”, the words of Pietro Orlandi.
The journalist and presenter of Quarto Grado, Gianluigi Nuzziduring a live Instagram, he spoke of Fedez’s controversial joke during the last episode of the Muschio Selvaggio podcast during which the rapper made fun of on the unsolved case of Emanuela Orlandithe girl who disappeared in Rome in June 1983 and was never found again.
Pietro Orlandi: “Fedez understood he was wrong”
Nuzzi He hosted Emmanuel’s brother, Peter Orlandiwho has been fighting for the truth of the story for years, among the most discussed and debated Italian news cases of our time.
About the Fedez joke, Orlando he has declared:
Fedez called me yesterday, apologized for this thing. He might as well not have, so I appreciated him calling me. He told me that he certainly didn’t do it with the intent of being disrespectful. He realized he was wrong. At that moment I was actually disappointed. Saying, “They’re still looking for her,” he laughed, why is she laughing?
“Anyway, I also told Fedez – he continued – in recent years I have heard so many bad things, that actually a laugh passes like this. He was sorry about the thing. Yesterday I received so many requests for a comment… (…) They come to me for this thing, that a laugh at that moment can be unpleasant, not so much for me, also for the many families who suffer this thing, that if one does not experience it, one does not understand it. attention was there for serious things.”
In the end, Peter Orlandi did he know that Fedez sent it in an upcoming installment of Wild Moss:
“However, beyond that little parenthesis, I thanked him because he dedicated an hour to the Emanuela question. He has a great audience among young people and it is an uncensored program, I told him that I meet many, they tell me” This is better if you don’t say it” and in fact he told me that we’ll see each other soon maybe on the show and I can say what I want for an hour”.