The grandson of Aşık Veysel; those lines do not belong to my grandfather ...
Gündüz Şatıroğlu, the grandson of Aşık Veysel, explained that the verses frequently shared on social media do not belong to his grandfather.
Gündüz Şatıroğlu, the grandson of Aşık Veysel Şatıroğlu, frequently shared on social media, "Actually, there is not much I can give you. There is tea, if you drink, I love, there is a way to go." stated that the strings do not belong to Aşık Veysel.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), Şatıroğlu said that on the occasion of the death anniversary of his grandfather Aşık Veysel, the posts on social media started to stir again with his signature.
"Lately, especially on social media, he said," There is not much I can give you, actually. If you drink tea, I have it, if you love, there is a way. " lines are not included in 157 published, 6 unpublished works. " Şatıroğlu said that he believed that, as his grandson, it was his responsibility to announce that these lines were not belonging to Aşık Veysel, in order to make them go down in history.
Emphasizing that Aşık Veysel was a public figure and established a throne in the hearts of the people, Şatıroğlu stated that people could associate the beautiful verses with Aşık Veysel.
Şatıroğlu underlined that he did not think of suing or reproaching people who shared such lines that are not belonging to his grandfather Aşık Veysel, "These lines match my grandfather's mood, his view of human, nature and life. People love and value. This is very natural, very human, and very much in line with our culture. As the grandson of Aşık Veysel and a person raised in that culture, I cannot think otherwise. Such an act means rejecting the love of the people. " he spoke.
- "An indicator of how much Aşık Veysel values people, especially women"
Şatıroğlu said that the incident, which is accepted by everyone and that Aşık Veysel put money in the stockings of his escaped wife, is actually not true.
Stating that the incident in question was a fiction in the script of a biographical film about Aşık Veysel's life, Şatıroğlu said:
"People believe that my grandfather may have done this because they know that he is such a loving person who appreciates love and love. My grandfather always supported him in case his wife, who escaped and then returned to the village, got sick. Because that person is a person from the village. My grandfather never had the inhumane feeling of being happy with his victimization. In fact, this is an indication of how much my grandfather Aşık Veysel values people, especially women. This is an example for everyone today, when femicide is increasing and women are marginalized. I wish. "
Şatıroğlu stated that he was preparing a book based on his father's diary, and with this work Aşık Veysel &%