Lazza explains why he reported a fan for harassment


Lazza explains why he reported a fan for harassment

The news is this: Lazza sued a fan for harassment who, after finding his mobile number, insistently called him asking to meet for a photo.

This fact has divided the public quite a bit, on one side there are those who claim that Lazza exaggerated, went to his head and got a boy into trouble, on the other those who claim he did the right thing.

I personally opt for the second. First of all because you have to be in the situation to judge and you have to know how this fan positioned himself towards Lazza, what specifically he would have said or done to him to lead him to report it. Then it’s certainly part of the game to find fans at your house, or who follow you everywhere, or who get your mobile number and call you, but as in everything there is a way and a way. If a person appears too intrusive or pressing in another’s privacy it is right to take action, so to speak, so I don’t think that Lazza’s gesture should be condemned, or pointed out as infamous or not very street, because, it will also be the boy in question is a fan, but he still remains a stranger.

Lazza wanted to clarify the situation, which became public news, via Instagram stories, where he wrote: “it’s not about getting a fan in trouble for asking for a photo, regardless of how it was asked. It’s a question of tracing the identity of a person who recovered my number because, according to him, he works in a telephone company, he harassed me with calls in which he reminded me that he had the address of my home, my family and other sensitive information and I assure you correct and he did everything without showing his face. It has already happened in the past that my number was leaked, it’s not a problem. Its part of the game. It’s not part of the game to get my family or the people I care about involved“.


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