“Fest & Fluffy”: The clearly ambiguous statements about Fynn Kliemann

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Fynn Kliemann: The clearly ambiguous statements of Jan Böhmermann and Olli Schulz

In their podcast “Fest & Flauschig”, Jan Böhmermann (left) and Olli Schulz discuss God and the world

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After the revelations about Fynn Kliemann, many listeners were enthusiastic about the new episode of “Fest & Flauschig”, the podcast by Jan Böhmermann and Olli Schulz. And they weren’t disappointed – even if they had to listen a little more carefully.

After Jan Böhmermann’s “ZDF Magazin Royale” published its research on Fynn Kliemann on Thursday evening, Jan Böhmermann and Olli Schulz reunited on Saturday for their Spotify podcast “Fest & Flauschig”. The Spicy Thing: Olli Schulz and Fynn Kliemann share a friendship and business relationship. The two renovated Gunter Gabriel’s houseboat together and a documentary about it was released on Netflix.

Jan Böhmermann and Olli Schulz in “Fiesta & Fluffy”

All the more interesting what Schulz would say about Böhmermann’s revelations. Result: nothing and a lot at the same time. Because the name of Fynn Kliemann did not even appear in the episode of the podcast, which lasted a good hour. Böhmermann and Schulz made a lot of suggestions for this, for which a bit of interpretive talent was needed to be able to understand the context. After about a quarter of an hour it was time, many listeners probably thought.

“Jan, a lot of people are waiting for him. The bomb went off a few days ago, we have to talk about it on the show today, we have an obligation to the people,” Olli Schulz began. Now that Kliemann’s name had to be mentioned, what else should Schulz talk about? “Bill Murray lost his production at Netflix. 70 million was screwed there,” he said instead and the two began to discuss the allegations against the Hollywood star. Few expected it.

The choice of songs by Schulz and Böhmermann was also clearly ambiguous in this episode. Böhmermann wanted three Michael Jackson songs: “Bad”, “Man in the Mirror” and “Smooth Criminal”. Schulz, meanwhile, chose Niels Frevert’s “Immer noch die Musik”. “If there’s someone to take you down / And the rain bends coldly in an arc / Is there still, still the music”, says the chorus. In addition to his numerous activities as an entrepreneur and YouTuber, Fynn Kliemann is also a musician.

Many clearly ambiguous sentences

But that’s not all. The two also spoke of friendships falling apart. Schulz said in this context that only love can truly separate two good friends. “Yes, or if someone is really wrong, it’s just too much where a line has been crossed,” replied Böhmermann. A sentence that could be interpreted as an indication, since the two did not say what the friendship between Olli Schulz and Fynn Kliemann looked like.

Before a short pause, Böhmermann meaningfully indicated that they would soon be talking about something that was on everyone’s mind these days. After the break, the hints continued – sans Kliemann. “Bremen-Hamburg axis and what’s in between, who cares. Lower Saxony, man,” Böhmermann said. Why is Lower Saxony irrelevant? There is Fynn Kliemann’s adventure farm, the “Kliemannsland”, which the satirist also mentioned in his contribution “ZDF Magazin Royal”.

Fynn Kliemann’s name doesn’t even appear

Afterwards, Olli Schulz told a part of his life, an anecdote about his former best friend. “At one point he had a girlfriend and I couldn’t get over that at all,” Schulz said. “Then over time, it turned out that she was cheating on him more often. And everyone in her environment, in our environment, actually knows that,” he explained. Because he heard about the infidelities, Schulz felt responsible to tell his friend about it, the musician said in the podcast. This prompted the podcast duo to discuss whether it’s okay to tell a friend if they’re cheated on. This anecdote should not only be a reminder of Schulz’s past, but also his now possibly broken friendship with Kliemann.

Xavier Naidoo was also mentioned in the episode “Fest & Fluffy”. Böhmermann spoke about journalist Salwa Houmsi’s new documentary, in which she addressed the open letter of various German artists who had publicly defended Xavier Naidoo years ago. “He will have noticed that we wrote to all his old buddies and that this documentary is coming out. And he also released the statement to take some of the momentum from this documentary and ruin the research. What a pretty bitch -Move is” , said Bohmermann.

Fynn Kliemann took a similar step a week ago when he failed to respond in writing to a catalog of questions from “ZDF Magazin Royale”, but posted a video with the answers on Instagram. He wanted to be “completely transparent and honest” with this, but also maybe cut the wind from the sails of research.

Böhmermann and Schulz did a brilliant job of keeping listeners excited and spitting out hints over and over again in their podcast episode. In the end, however, they never became concrete. “Today’s show is like a land of plenty. You have to listen through a mountain of shit to dust off a bit of gossip at the end – but maybe not,” Jan Böhmermann aptly summed up right from the start. start.

The source: “Firm & Soft”


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