Tussauds, an African refugee who won Eurovision-Courier.it, splits Sweden

Tussauds, an African refugee who won Eurovision-Courier.it, splits Sweden

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One of the finalists in the Eurovision competition held in Rotterdam, Paris is a nineteen year old singer who represents Sweden. Town Chisa, stage name Tusse, a celebrity from the Scandinavian country, was selected to select the Swedish Eurovision candidate after winning a talent show.
Tassi has a complex history behind it, and his singing for Sweden has caused controversy. The country that sees the far right is growing And anti-immigrant populist formations.

Tuse was born on January 1, 2002, in KinshasaIn the Democratic Republic of the Congo, at the age of five, his family had to leave the village due to an armed conflict between soldiers. He lost his parents on the planeHe was cared for by an aunt in a refugee camp in Uganda, where he lived for three years. I was afraid of wildlife, but this was not a bad time. I went to school and started singing in church. My passion for music and singing was born.

In 2009 Tassa arrives in Sweden as a refugee, After a stage at a shelter, was welcomed by a family. In 2015, he found out that his parents were alive, He was able to speak again with his father, who lives in Goma, Congo, and his mother, who disappeared the following year.
His musical career began with his Swedish foster mother
Surprisingly, the Swedish genius took him to the semifinals in Talang, a year before the other genius, Swedish Idol, won.

Fifty years after Abba’s victory over Waterloo, Tusse now represents Sweden. Sweden is my best home I could. I grew up and educated here and I love the Swedish family who took care of me. Because I give my best on the Rotterdam stage This is my way of thanking Sweden.

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Tusse’s Swedish family live in Talberg, a small village between the forest and the lake, where the neo – Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement is headquartered. Tussauds continued despite racial slursLast March, he won the Melodifestivallon with nearly three million votes. But Divided countryIf it is for the Swedish Democrats, the far-right party of Jimmy Akeson, who wants to break the Swedish tradition of welcoming refugees, Tuse will not only represent Sweden on Eurovision, but will never enter Scandinavia.

May 22, 2021 (edit May 22, 2021 | 12:36)

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