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"For such statements, public people end up in prison" / After the strong comments of the moderator, the well-known Albanian singer explodes in revolt: I ask God to close Çani's show

"For such statements, public people end up in prison" / After the

A few months ago, the comments of the moderator Arian Çani, went viral. He said that the Balkans have been all Hellenic. It was enough for the singer Rovena Stefa to react publicly, emphasizing that she did not agree with him, even demanding the boycott of the show 'Free Zone'.

Recently invited to the show 'Glamor Zone' on RTV Ora, Rovena Stefa, justified for the moderator Ester Bylyku, her harsh words, for which she said that she did not regret and nothing was said in the heat.

Ester Bylyku: Every time I search for you on Google, I get the name of Arian Çani. Can I know what you have to do with it? (Laughing)

Rovena Stefa: No, I have nothing to do with Çani, I was also his guest. I was not the only one who spoke about Chan, against the statements about the Hellenes. Elsewhere, for such statements, public figures end up in jail. He spoke in such a way, despising the country, despising our history, and that touched me, so I reacted that way.

Rovena Stefa then said that a public person should not express himself in such a way, he should either close the show or receive a fine.

Asked by the moderator Ester Bylyku, if she would go to the show 'Free Zone' again, the singer answered: No, no, I will not go to Çani anymore. I closed it with Chan. I myself demanded the boycott of the show. While I was looking for it for others, normally I have no way I go. I hope God closes it as soon as possible (laughs). I do not want the evil of Çani, but for what he has done, he must either take responsibility or he must say 'forgive me' to all Albanians.