“At my concert without a green pass”. Enrico Ruggeri, with a tweet, ignites the debate on the eve of his concert scheduled in Genoa on Saturday 14 August. “A small big victory: tomorrow in Genoa it will be possible to access my concert even without a green pass: the White Cross staff will give free swabs to the ticket holders. (I proposed it a year ago). I hope to create a precedent. See you tomorrow. “, tweets the singer. Among users, however, there are those who point out that “negative buffer = green pass”. Ruggeri, at this point, replies stating that “the victory is: I see the concert without having to get the vaccine and without spending money on the swab”, offered for free as explained in the initial tweet. Paradoxically, the singer’s initiative is opposed on two sides. “Negative buffer = green pass … what did you invent?!?! You can’t stand even singing … genius”, writes one person. On the other side, there are those who accuse Ruggeri of having bowed to “the idiotic rules”. “Being able to get insults from both sides just for defending rights and looking for solutions”, tweets the singer at the end. “Maybe those who are silent and never take a stand are doing well, if not to rush to the rescue of the winners”.