Sunday, June 06, 2004

Kissass & Kickass

Severina's interview for Joško Lokas (Josko Lokas) – which was highly advertised as the journalistic event of the century – is getting more bad reviews as times go by. If Lokas wanted to become Croatia's Mark Frost, his interview could be deemed nothing other than miserable failure. Lokas already earned the nickname "Joško Kissass", which is used by Croatian cartoonist Nik Titanik on his blog (link is in Croatian, but I guess that you can get the picture).

In the meantime, Aleksandar Stanković (Aleksandar Stankovic) really had no alternative but to call Matija Babić (Matija Babic), editor, to his talk show Nedjeljom u 2. Babić, who is the most hated man among die-hard Severina fans, has defended himself valiantly and went on the attack exposing Internetophobia and hypocritical way media, political and Croatian judicial system reacted to this affair. Judging by the Internet reactions, Matija Babić can expect his share of people who consider him the only true hero of this sad story.

Croatian blogosphere has just got itself new blog, dedicated exclusively to the Severina affair.

According to Jutarnji list, Milan Lučić (Milan Lucic), Herzegovina businessman who appeared together with Severina on the infamous video is offering undisclosed amount of money for information leading to the person who stole the tape and had it distributed on Internet.


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