These accusations have taken on enormous proportions, to such a point that Aya Nakamura had no other choice than to get out of the silence to re-establish the truth and attempt to calm the situation : “We have had ups and downs, I confirmed. Today, my private life has been unveiled to the public at large, to my great regret. I didn’t know how to catch the thing, I acted without thinking.“
Today, the author of “Pookie” comes to the defense of Niska in an interview in Paris : “On social networks, it’s gone much too far, I understood nothing. There has been much affected. I was not in France when it came out. It is a story private, it is nobody’s business.“
“The people believed that it is fun to pretend”
Some users even went as far as to accuse Aya Nakamura and interpreter of “Networks” of use of this history of domestic violence to ensure the promo of “Lollipop” : “As if we had need of it. This direct, it was to explain that there is no problem between us today, that there was nothing, it was for him… The people believed that it is fun to pretend but never in life, I do not play with the subject of domestic violence, “says the young mother.