There were radical right-wing slogans in Leipzig – now Melanie Müller has canceled her performance in Dresden
Melanie Müller has canceled a concert in Dresden. In the current situation, she couldn’t just go into a party mood, wrote the Ballermann singer on Instagram. At a performance in Leipzig, there were right-wing extremist statements in the audience.
On Wednesday would have Melanie Mueller to perform at an Oktoberfest event in Dresden. But she canceled. “In the current situation, I can’t just go into a party mood,” wrote the former jungle queen on Instagram on Tuesday evening. “The fact is: Nazis don’t belong in my audience.” At a performance in Leipzig, there were right-wing extremist statements in the audience.
Melanie Müller: She has nothing to do with Nazis and right-wing extremists
Müller had previously informed himself of what happened at the appearance in Leipzig distanced in mid-September. She was “dismayed and outraged,” she said in an Instagram video. “I would like to clearly distance myself from such people and ideas and I condemn them in the strongest possible terms.” She has nothing to do with Nazis and right-wing extremists. She canceled the performance on September 17th.
It now has legal consequences. A spokeswoman for the Leipzig police department said on Tuesday that it was being investigated on suspicion of using license plates from unconstitutional organizations, as the German Press Agency wrote.
The question is: What does Melanie Müller have to do with the right-wing extremist scene? The broadcaster RTL has a video on which Müller reacts visibly amused to a Hitler salute and “Sieg Heil” calls from the audience during a performance. The pop singer distances herself. Find out more here.