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The well-known Albanian singer talks about her relationship with her American partner: My family still does not talk to me
Written by SOT.COM.AL 10 Prill 2021
The singer much loved by the public and who has returned to "Magic Song" this year, Lindita Halimi was invited this Saturday on the show Soiree with Jonida Shehu on ABC.
Lindita told of her difficult beginnings, born in a small village in Gjilan / Gnjilane in Kosovo where she encountered many prejudices during her musical journey.
"It was very difficult at the beginning, plus I came from a very small village and there the girls still get married by matchmaking. To sing was something very absurd. From my grandfather, everyone told me 'it is not a good thing, it is a bad name for our family, you will leave us unmarried, no one will take you'. "My appearance on stage was a sign of courage and a kind of rebellion that I have always loved music", said Lindita Halimi.
"I started with cousins ??I did not know existed. Everyone started to love me by chance, but normally the weight was discussed again. It was the main topic ", Lindita said with a laugh.
During the conversation with Jonida Shehu, Lindita also talked about the acquaintance with her husband, the American rapper BIG D, where she showed that she felt prejudiced about this election as well.
"I was very afraid to tell my parents at first. I was very afraid that we were a small country, a conservative country, as I said the shells were given by matchmaking, they did not even know the man. Dad told me that I knew this story that someone you only have a friend does not come to pick up at the bar at 10pm until 3am. I've been through this he told me these times, but I did not know how to say it, I was waiting until you opened it yourself. I say without shame that I also have distant relatives who still do not speak to me. They can not perceive it. Their idea was that when you get married you introduce it to your family and you misrepresent us. But everyone has their own life, everyone is married and I hope they are happy. That's important ", said Lindita Halimi.