Aya Nakamura: "Here it is Paris, not the Bamako market"... An investigation opened after racist publications against the singer

Aya Nakamura: “Here it is Paris, not the Bamako market”… An investigation opened after racist publications against the singer

An investigation was opened following a report by Licra denouncing publications of a racist nature targeting French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura, who was able to sing at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Paris, the prosecutor said on Friday :

An investigation was opened on Friday, March 15, following racist publications aimed at singer Aya Nakamura. On Saturday, a small ultra-right group called “Les Natifs” published a photo on its networks showing several of its members holding a banner hostile to the singer, on the banks of the Seine, in Paris. “There is no mention of Aya, this is Paris, not the Bamako market,” it was written.

The 28-year-old singer, crowned artist of the Victoires de la Musique, is stigmatized by the far right and has been the subject of numerous racist attacks since the announcement by the weekly at the end of February The Expressabout her possible participation in the evening of July 26 to launch the Olympic Games, where she could perform songs by Edith Piaf.

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