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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Besa Kokedhima Kopjon Pink?...

BESA VJEDH PINK, ASHIQARE

Besa Kokedhimes nuk i ka ardhur aspak turp pasi qe ka vjedhur tere vijen melodike te kengetares PINK.

Kengetarja eshte paraqitur kete te diel ne festivalin “Kenga Magjike 2011”, ku Ardit Gjebrea pretendon se eshte festivali me muziken me origjinale te krijuar nga kompozitoret shqiptare.

Por, ja qe nuk rezultoi, pasi qe Besa Kokedhima kishte vjedhur kengen “Boten do te ndryshoja” nga kengetarja e njohur amerikane PINK.

Nuk dihet se a do te ndermarre ndonje mase Gjebrea per ta perjashtuar kengetaren, apo do te vazhdoje qe kenga e Beses te jete konkurrente ne festival. /gazeta express/tetor 2011/

Besa Kokedhima - "Boten do ndryshoja"


Pink - "Fuckin Perfect"

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[[ translation by google:
BESA steals PINK, apparently

Kokëdhimës Besa has not come at once shame has stolen all the melodic line of the singer Pink.

The singer is featured this Sunday at "The Magic Song 2011", which claims that Next Page is the most original music festival created by Albanian composers.

But, behold, there resulted, as Kokëdhima Besa had stolen the song "The world will change" by the famous American singer Pink.

It is not known whether the action taken to exclude Gjebrea singer, or will continue to be Besa song competing in the festival.
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The term is sometimes used to specifically refer to the spreading of dirt and misinformation, as (for example) through excited discussion of scandals. Some newspapers carry "gossip columns" which detail the social and personal lives of celebrities or of élite members of certain communities.

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