It is the same old song, about a construction project that will be built by underpaid craftsmen, who also works illegally.
This time the sounds of the familiar tune from one of Denmark's biggest pop stars, Rasmus Seebach, who turns out not to be much of an angel anyway.
His company S & S Ejendomsinvest Aps threw away 17 million dollars in a lejlighedsbyggeri, as TV2 later revealed was built under illegal conditions.
But now mother-in-law dream to attack. Not, however, in an interview face-to-face with the TV2, but rather on its facebookfanside, where he among other things writes:
'TV2 knowing that I contractually have done what I could to prevent illegal activities on the construction site. Yet TV2 chose to run a dirty personal smear campaign with misleading sensationsoverskrifter.'
Just dispute whether the contract has been at the centre of the 'sensations-the case', despite the fact that it is a fact that the work has been carried out underpaid and illegal.
the Rasmus Seebachs manager, Nicolaj Bundesen, namely, according to the TV2 does not desire to submit a contract, which according to him was to show that 'Rasmus has done its part to ensure orderly conditions.'
This is because, according to TV2 that he had quoted from it, and that TV2 was going to write on not to bring the story of Rasmus Seebach in order to be allowed to see the document.
Not the first time
It is not the first time that the 39-year-old pop singer is the protagonist in a case of underpaid labor.
In 2013, described the Magazine 3F how Jeter got his private villa at Frederiksberg, capable of Polish artisans with hourly wages, which also was under 50 dollars.
at that Time, he presented a construction contract, which showed that he had demanded that the work was going on collectively agreed terms, which he is according to TV2 would not have done in the pending case.
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It denies Nicolaj Bundesen, however, categorically opposite Ekstra Bladet, where he in a text message writes:
'TV2 thanked the ad several times with no to see the agreement (...) the fact is that TV2 several times up to this flatly rejected that would see the agreement, without the reservation(not to publish the story with Rasmus, ed.)'
So, either lying Rasmus, or also lying TV2. It seems, however, that popsangerens many fans are inclined to believe him. The faithful fans will also get a thank you eventually in the advertisement, at the time of writing has scored 4400 reactions.
'I would like to thank them, which, in spite of the past week's media storm has been critical to the headlines and know what I stand for.'
Extra Magazine trying to get a comment on the singer of criticism from TV2.