Lena Meyer-Landrut is planning a drastic step

Lena Meyer-Landrut is planning a drastic step

Lena Meyer-Landrut has five million followers on Instagram. Image: Instagram / lenmairlandrut

Christina Hildebrand

The 2022 World Cup has started from Sunday. The scandalous decision to hold the tournament in Qatar was a point of contention not only for the sporting event itself – even now the excitement is not dying out. Lena Meyer-Landrut takes a very clear stance on the World Cup in the desert: Your television stays off. However, the singer’s remedies go well beyond her own living room.

Lena Meyer-Landrut has five million followers instagram, You can also view, like and share all of the 31-year-old’s content. It is precisely to this huge public stage that the singer is now laying out exactly what she thinks about the ubiquitous World Cup in Qatar.

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In her story, she shares the candid statement from the other account and indicates that she clearly agrees with the post. Which in turn says: “As a reminder, I unfollow anyone who supports the FIFA World Cup.”

In her story, Lena Meyer-Landrut has made it very clear what she thinks about the World Cup being held in Qatar.

In her story, Lena Meyer-Landrut has made it very clear what she thinks about the World Cup being held in Qatar.Image: Instagram / lenmairlandrut

There is no doubt about it for the singer. A football tournament is no reason to condone extreme human rights violations. The statement he shared says:

“I don’t want to see that crap.”

She also doesn’t want to see the people she loves “supporting anti-Semitism and the deaths of innocent workers.” The singer calls on her followers to distance themselves from the event in Qatar. “The only way out is boycott,” he is certain.

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Lena Meyer-Landrut denounces the cowardice of the DFB

Lena Meyer-Landrut had earlier shared a tweet by journalist Dunja Hayali. He sharply criticizes the DFB’s decision to allow Manuel Neuer to play in the Games without the “One Love” captain’s armband. The strip was intended to represent a silent protest against human rights violations in the desert state. However, FIFA threatened sanctions if this was indeed done. As a result, the DFB got cold feet.

Leena shared journalist Dunja Hayali's tweet with her 5 million followers.

Leena shared journalist Dunja Hayali’s tweet with her 5 million followers.Instagram / lenmairlandrut

While a captain’s armband meant much opposition to the DFB, the entire Iranian decided National team for being demonstrably silent during his own anthem in his first game. An act of resistance against the regime in Iran, with which the players possibly risked their own lives.

The tweet shared by Lina condemns the cowardice behind the DFB’s decision: “Some don’t sing, others don’t suddenly wear ‘One Love’ bandages. One of them is brave, influential and can have dire consequences. The other is…”

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