The actress: ”I would only go on stage with a farmer, at the Ariston Amadeus didn’t treat me well”
”Friday me and my daughter Naike we will arrive at the Sanremo Festival on board a tractor
with a pallet of Calabrian oranges which we will give to all the VIPs who are there, even to the singers”. Ornella Muti announces it to Adnkronos, who is fighting with his daughter Naike Rivelli alongside farmers since the beginning of the protest. ”I hope they will let us enter the city with our tractor – continues Naike – we want to make them taste Italian oranges”. ”Since tractors don’t talk – added Muti ironically, referring to Amadeus’ words in the press conference yesterday – it will be my daughter and I who will give visibility to all Calabrian farmers. If they need telephone numbers and contacts we will give them to them, Al Bano has also made himself available”. If they asked him yeswould he fly on stage? ”Only if a farmer comes with me – Muti underlines – I’m going to Sanremo for them. When I went on stage at the Ariston for work I didn’t feel at ease, Amadeus, the host, did not treat me like a professional”, he concludes.
(by Alisa Toaff)