“Frankly, thinking about what was happening on stage with Jim Morrison and Mick Jagger between the 60s and 70s makes me laugh at this shouting in scandal because some fans groped Blanco while he was immersed in the spectators of his concert. Every gesture should be detailed. It doesn’t seem to me that what happened can be compared to the office manager who touches the secretary in the secret of the company rooms “. Alba Parietti does not hide the perplexity in the face of the uproar reserved for what happened to the winning singer of Sanremo paired with Mahmood. “Among other things – says Parietti in an interview with Adnkronos – I don’t think Blanco has even noticed. He commented on the concert calling it ‘a sea of love’. The phenomenon of groupies has always existed. We should dealing with more serious things, than when violence is hidden and silent. Here it seems to me more a phenomenon of ‘neo-obigotism’, the son of that politically correct applied to everything and at all costs which is becoming a condemnation and which risks making all equally flat existences. Reading the pieces on the Blanco concert I came up with a phrase from ‘Bocca di Rosa’ by Fabrizio De Andrè: ‘we know that people give good advice, if they can no longer give a bad example’ … Here: let’s go back to living with a little common sense. To me when they no longer compliment, maybe even someone shouted in the street, he’ll be sorry. With all due respect to catcalling! “.
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