WALL – Hürriyet Editor-in-Chief Ahmet Hakan referred to the singer Gülşen’s concert in Izmir at the New Year’s Eve in yesterday’s column, saying, “Gülşen will give a concert in İzmir Gündoğdu Square on New Year’s Eve. It’s a wonderful, wonderful, beautiful comeback. My only concern is this: This concert, Gülşen, “Does he turn him into a ‘political figure’? Oh, let him not. I want both Tarkan and Gülşen to remain as artists above politics,” he said.
Habertürk writer Fatih Altaylı in the corner In the article written by Ahmet Hakan without mentioning his name, he reminded the celebrities close to the government and reacted as follows:
“When a columnist is incapable of doing his job properly, it is his duty to interfere in his business.
Finally, he tried to give advice to two artists with opposing attitudes.
To Tarkan and Gülşen.
Probably because one of them gave a concert in İzmir and the other because he will give a concert in the coming days.
He said, “I want both Tarkan and Gülşen to remain as artists above politics”
It is now fashionable to give orders to everyone, to interfere with what to eat and drink, how many times to have sex, this endless decision has taken such a decision in his own way.
“Let these two stay above politics.”
On the head.
Dude, it’s up to you to decide who will take what stance.
Come on, the man does not want to mix art and politics, he protects artists.
Are they the only ones who should stay above politics?
Then why don’t you make such a request from İbrahim Tatlıses, Yavuz Bingöl, Bülent Ersoy, Orhan Gencebay?
Can they stay under politics?
The question is, what policy is it under?
Is it permissible to stay at the bottom where you are?”