PINK Praises RAMMSTEIN Unaware Of Allegations Against Band, Gets Surprised By Fans’ Reactions

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Pink‘s endorsement of RAMMSTEIN at her recent concert in Cologne, Germany generated both silence and irritation. Amidst serious allegations of abuse of power, the internationally successful music group has been losing popularity in Germany. However, Pink seemed oblivious to these developments as she passionately praised RAMMSTEIN between songs.

Pink took the stage on Saturday at the fully-packed Rhein-Energie Stadium, captivating an audience of approximately 42,000 attendees during her “Summer Carnival” tour performance. She addressed the crowd, saying: “I hope that my son and daughter will buy me RAMMSTEIN tickets someday.” She praised the band’s performances and said: “If you’ve never been to a RAMMSTEIN concert, you have to go there! They set people on fire on stage.”

She then asked the crowd: “You don’t like RAMMSTEIN?”

The singer expresses clear surprise when met with an unexpected icy silence from the audience, instead of the anticipated cheers.

She then said: “No? Don’t like RAMMSTEIN? Were they cancelled? Why? Did they set someone on fire and didn’t put it out? We really don’t like them? Okay, then we don’t like them together! I’ve been canceled 48 times.”

The following day, Pink reacted on Twitter after a fan pointed out an article from Guardian reporting on the allegations against RAMMSTEIN lead singer Till Lindemann.

 “Yeah, that sucks. Someone explained it to me after the show,” Pink wrote on Twitter.

As previously reportedRAMMSTEIN frontman Till Lindemann is being investigated for sexual assault by Berlin prosecutors. The investigation was initiated after multiple women alleged that they were drugged and engaged in sexual activity at Rammstein’s after-show parties.

“Preliminary proceedings have been initiated against Till Lindemann, on allegations relating to sexual offences and the distribution of narcotics,” a spokeswoman for the Berlin public prosecution’s office said in a statement.

According to the AFP news agency, the investigation into Till Lindemann‘s alleged sexual assault is being carried out by Berlin prosecutors, who initiated it themselves and also based it on several criminal complaints filed by third parties who were not directly involved in the incidents.

The recent scandal involving RAMMSTEIN emerged when accusations of abuse were leveled against Till Lindemann. Young female fans claimed that they were handpicked by a Russian “casting director” named Alena Makeeva to attend exclusive parties with the band, particularly Lindemann. These women alleged that they were groomed and sexually assaulted by Lindemann at these events, with some also accusing him of drugging their drinks.

Following the allegations against Lindemann, the band’s four-night residency at Munich’s Olympic Stadium was marred by controversy. As a result, concert promoters canceled after-parties and a “row zero” experience, while RAMMSTEIN tightened security measures. German politicians demanded better protection for fans, particularly women, in the wake of the allegations.