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Written by SOT.COM.AL 31 Mars 2023
The well-known Albanian singer, Marsela Marsela Çibukaj, has confessed some untold things from her personal life.
She told an episode from her childhood, saying in "Peter Pan's Trap" that in the 90s, like many Albanian families, she had gone to Italy in a dinghy.
Question: If I were a child I would have asked, have you ever been on a raft, Marsela?
Marsela Çibukaj: Unfortunately, we have tried that type of trip Alketa...
Question: Did you try it like this by looking at the shores or did you pretend to go to the other shore by raft?
Marsela Çibukaj: No, this was the only tool available to the people at that time, especially Vlora and below, to take the direction towards a better life.
Question: Right? I thought you used the dinghy as a tourist vehicle. Is there really a passage in your life where you went rafting to Italy?
Marsela Çibukaj: I have mentioned it in several interviews, in fact, that it is a fragment of the history of the Albanian people, that of the 90s where many Albanian families tried to cross the sea or the border to seek a better future for their children. their families.