Turned off the lights of LoveMI the real show was staged later on Twitter, when Rocco Tanica and Lazza did not send them to the sound of decidedly unconventional dissing. It was Tanica who kicked off everything and, towards the end of the musical performances of the concert organized by Fedez and J-Ax in Piazza Duomo, wrote: “LoveMi is coming to an end and the 90 pieces are firing: there is Lazza. At this point the arrival of Porgo, While, Firma, Culto and Fefé is likely ».
After the live broadcast on Italia 1 and after having launched another thrust at LoveMi – «I want to be a sound engineer at LoveMI, I think I’m pretty good at pressing play of an mp3 player. The audience of fifteen-year-olds convinced they are at a concert is very tender “-, the keyboardist of Elio e le Storie Tese met the decidedly piqued reaction of Lazza regarding his previous tweet:” Great, thank Elio if you have 10 people who can have a laugh with you below. And anyway you are stronger with the telephone keypad, with the one to play I give you two laps ». At this point the two teased each other for a while, with Rocco Tanica asking him what he meant to “give two laps” and Lazza replying by posting a video in which Chopin was playing.
«What does it have to do with it, Chopin is good there, not her», Tanica’s poisonous reply. “Okay then, I’ll challenge you to a boogie boogie battle with Baby Gang arbritro.” Response from Lazza: “You beat them all at the Boogie Boomer dance.” The thing, however, did not end there, since Rocco Tanica wanted to respond to an old tweet from Lazza which explained that Sirius was the best-selling record in Italy. “We will continue to do the facts while they continue to talk,” Lazza replied while, in closing, the keyboardist tagged several users, including J-Ax, Fedez, Gué Pequeno and Michael Jackson, adding: «Friends of rap support me, the singer sig. Jacopo dissing me, help ».
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