Vlogger Famke Louise didn’t mean her call #Ikdoenietmeermee, as she put it on social media on Monday night. She doesn’t want to urge her followers to stop following the government’s corona rules, as she said in her video. She wants the Cabinet to show more compassion to the young people who can no longer do what they want and to those affected. “I don’t know if I would use this hashtag again, but I wonder if I would have achieved the same thing if I had used a different hashtag,” said Famke Louise on Tuesday evening on the Jinek TV show about the #Ikdoenietmeermee campaign.
You and other celebrities such as Gers Pardoel, Bizzey, Brace and DJ Mental Theo campaign against corona measures under this hashtag. On Monday and Tuesday there was outrage in society because of this hashtag. As it turned out on Tuesday, the action is an initiative by Willem Engel of the Virus Truth action group, who is calling into question the government’s measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
“I have great respect for Corona,” said the YouTubester, who has more than a million followers, when asked. “For the dead and the welfare and the people who have lost loved ones.” She explains that she “deals with society. People are no longer able to do their thing, people are losing their jobs, the entertainment industry is down. I think the government is not giving this enough consideration. It’s bigger than people think, it needs more attention. Apparently you have to use a hashtag like this to get the attention. “
The chairman of the Dutch intensive care association, Diederik Gommers, was also at the table. He invited Famke Louise to discuss the matter. Famke Louise wanted to do that, she said.
The singer and actor Tim Douwsma, who also takes part in this action, admitted in the early evening on RTL Boulevard that the activists should have used a different hashtag. “The hashtag wasn’t chosen well,” he said. “That’s not what we meant. I am only critical. We have a lot of questions. And we don’t deny the corona. “He repeated that on Op1. “The hashtag may have turned out to be unfortunate. We created an incredible amount of attention. “