Minister Hennis wants rapper Crook apologised
Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert wants rapper Villain apologised to the police for making derogatory and intimidating vlogs that he has made.
“Every vlog which is intimidated, provoked or challenged, there is a too much,” said Hennis against the Scoundrel. Both were Thursday night guests at RTL Late Night.
The Defence minister is irritated by the provocative vlogs of Villain that Thursday free. He was in the night from Sunday to Monday in Rotterdam arrested for sedition, of which he is suspected.
“The police is there for your freedom. The police provokes not, that is there for your and my safety,” said Hennis. “Would you adorn to the police and your excuses to offer and even volunteering for them to do, if you really have an example for your fans want to be.”
The 23-year-old rapper, who resides in Alkmaar, came in July in the news with a web video in which he is a police officer denigrates and provokes. The agent, however, remained very calm, which allows him a lot of praise garnered.
Crook was last Sunday arrested in Rotterdam after he was in a film on the internet had called to Tilburg-Noord to to to fight. His target was the Tilburg rapper Para Soma and his followers. Villain was Thursday released again. He remains suspicious.