After a Swedish DJ has mixed a Romanian manele-song at Neversea music festival, luring criticism, Sweden’s Embassy in Bucharest has retorted on Facebook.
Famous Swedish DJ Salvatore Ganacci has mixed Adrian Minune’s manele song „Asa trec zilele mele/ The way my days go by”.
“This is the way my days go by/ One good/ Tens when I don’t think any less of the others depending of who they are, whom they love or what kind of music they listen”, reads the Swedish Embassy’s Facebook post.
Adrian Minune’s manele song „Asa trec zilele mele/ The way my days go by” and „Noi suntem romani/ We are Romanians” by folk singer Nicolae Furdui Iancu were heard on the Neversea stage in the third night of the festival on the Black Sea coast.
While some fans have reacted well, cheering and singing on the mixed songs during the performance, other people have slammed the moment on social media.
Drug-related incidents at Neversea, young man dies near stage
A 34-year-old man from Bucharest has been found dead near a stage at Neversea festival in Constanta. The victim had come to the seaside with her wife, but it seems he had been complaining of chest pains in the past three days.
His body has been found near a stage by a SMURD volunteer. Paramedics called on the scene tried CPR procedures on him for more then 40 minutes, but without any luck. The man was pronounced dead.
Investigators say there were no violence signs on his body.
Almost 500 people asked for medical aid in the last day of Neversea.
The Dobrogea Inspectorate for Emergency Situations has intervened in 1,572 medical cases throughout the festival, with 28 people being transported to hospital.
At the same time, local policemen reported that over 40 drug-related crimes (drug consumption and trafficking) have been reported during the festival.
Police officers announced they had investigated 43 deeds regarding drug consumption, while experts warned that this phenomenon is on the rise in Romania and there people who are attending local music festivals particularly to take drugs.