(ANSA) – ROME, NOVEMBER 24 – “All the causes that I have embraced have been considered by those who do not like my way of acting only as pretexts to monetize. But to those who criticize me I answer with facts: 10 million euros raised for a intensive care and for show business workers “. Fedez says it, a few days after the release of the new album ‘Disumano’, in an unfiltered dialogue with Enrico Mentana, exclusively on Vanity Fair. “Then I’ll ask you a question: do you know Diego, that boy saved in intensive care at San Raffaele thanks to the lung transplant? Do you think he could give a damn if the collection that saved his life was promoted by Fedez and Chiara Ferragni? ” points out. Fedez, portrayed on the cover in front of a multiscreen, symbol of the battles, of the thousand provocations and messages that the most talked about artist of the moment constantly launches from his social platforms, also speaks of the response of Italian politics to the launch of his latest album. “At a time when newspapers and political parties fail to grasp the blatant irony, everything that has happened is a symptom of a weak politics. When politics is strong, it knows how to be fooled. I see intellectuals who are still running to try to crush. who is out of their circle and journalists who have to demean those who come from the internet. A name I admire? Marco Cappato. A man who manages to be relevant outside the building. He makes me hope, at least he is someone who does “Fedez affirms. The interview with Enrico Mentana is not the only way in which Vanity Fair has decided to tell Fedez. In an innovative project that continues the magazine’s path in Nft technology, the weekly will bring its community to the Tana del Boomer, the artist’s creative refuge, virtually rebuilt thanks to the Swiss start-up Valuart. (HANDLE).