“There’s the guy at Milla” : the phrase buzz of Julien Tanti transformed into a song by a YouTubeur
“Guys, there’s the guy with Milla !”. While The Marseille VS. the rest of The world 4 are completed on W9, the phrase of Julien Tanti continues to make the buzz on social networks and be misused in any circumstance. The YouTubeur Khaled Freak, he decided to transform it into a… song. Listen on PRBK.
If some candidates of reality tv are struggling to get noticed in emissions, it only took a few minutes to Mujdat to create the buzz in The Marseille VS. the rest of The world 4. Upon arrival at the villa, it is taxed with this sentence : “Mujdat, the guy from Milla“. A phrase that has created a misunderstanding, especially with Julien Tanti : “Ah bon ?“, he launched so taken aback… before shouting : “There’s the guy at Milla” without suspecting that it would then be the turn of social networks.
When the guy at Milla becomes a song
In the space of a few minutes, this sentence has been taken from everywhere and some people have even misused their way : it is even arrived in a prison. The YouTubeur Khaled Freak, he has decided to make a song, simply. Used to remix scenes seen on tv or on the social networks in general, it is amused to resume the passage in question of Marseille VS the rest of The world 4 and to transform it into a moreau electro. It is not that bad, but it is mostly pretty funny.
“This is not planned in advance”
For its part, Mujdat was intended to make the brand “is the guy to Milla” to create T-shirts. And to say that without the lie of Milla Jasmine, he would not have had all of this : “When I get back in the game, no one in the villa is not aware. This is not planned in advance. When I arrive, I mark the blow by saying outright ‘I’m the guy Milla’ because that a lot of candidates did not know me so it was strange to arrive and say, ‘I’m Mujdat’. By throwing, ‘I’m the guy from Milla’ that has enabled me to present myself immediately to the candidates, “explained the entrepreneur to Tv Leisure.
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