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    Pop singer Melanie Müller has again distanced herself from the neo-Nazi calls at her concert in Leipzig. As a consequence, she canceled her performance on Wednesday, September 28th in Dresden. The incident, in which concertgoers audibly shouted “Sieg Heil”, took place on September 17th, but only became known through a video in the last few days.

    “After the reporting of the last few days, it is important for me to clarify some things that have been presented in the press before I go back to my fans in Dresden on stage,” wrote the singer on Instagram. “In the current situation, I can’t just get into a party mood that easily.”

    “Nazis don’t belong in my audience,” Müller clarified. She clearly distances herself from what is happening in Leipzig and wants to position herself publicly. “But that takes time. That’s why I decided, together with the organizer Feldschlösschen, to cancel tomorrow’s performance in Dresden for the time being.”

    Müller had previously emphasized in an Instagram story that she was “deeply dismayed and outraged” by the incident. “I would like to clearly distance myself from these people and such ideas.” After other similar calls followed, she immediately stopped the performance. The video first posted by Bild.de However, it is not so clear: As can be seen there, Müller reacted to the “Sieg-Heil” calls by shouting “Zickezacke, Zickezacke” herself, the visitors* replied with “Heil, Heil, Heil “.

    Müller won in 2014 in the TV show “I’m a Star – Get Me Out of Here!”, then in the TV series “Celebrity Big Brother”. So far she has only released single singles. Most recently, the party hit song “Hauptsache knallt” was released on August 25th.

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