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Sport bullying allegations: Olympic composer occurs before the opening

15:08  21 july  2021
15:08  21 july  2021 Source:   delivery.vidible.tv

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Keigo Oyamada is not the first of the creative team of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, who has to take his hat.

A general view shows the Olympic rings lit up at dusk on the Odaiba waterfront in Tokyo on Juky 12, 2021. (Photo by Charly TRIBALLEAU / AFP) (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP via Getty Images) © Provided by www.rollingstone.de A General View Shows The Olympic Rings Lit Up at Dusk on the Odaiba Waterfront in Tokyo On Juky 12, 2021. (Photo by Charly Triballeau / AFP) (Photo by Charly Triballeau / AFP Via Getty Images)

Keigo Oyamada is not the first of the creative team of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, who has to take his hat.

The Japanese Keigo Oyamada actually worked as a composer for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, which should take place on 23 July in Tokyo. However, after allegations of bullying disabled children were loud, the musician now came back from the Olympic Creative Team.

bullying allegations: Olympic composer occurs before the opening

 bullying allegations: Olympic composer occurs before the opening Keigo Oyamada is not the first of the creative team of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, who has to take his hat. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de A General View Shows The Olympic Rings Lit Up at Dusk on the Odaiba Waterfront in Tokyo On Juky 12, 2021. (Photo by Charly Triballeau / AFP) (Photo by Charly Triballeau / AFP Via Getty Images) Keigo Oyamada is not the first of the creative team of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, who has to take his hat.

This announced the 52-year-old four days before the opening ceremony. In earlier newspaper interviews, Keigo Oyamada, who is also known in the West under the artist's name Cornelius, told without regret that he had bullied disabled classmates during his school time.

"I apologize from the bottom of my hearts"

later he was fine: "I take the opinions and advice I have received, look truly pressing my gratitude and will retain them for my future actions and thoughts in mind," wrote The musician in the social media, and further: "I apologize for the deepest heart."

Last week, the organizers announced that Oyamada is honest remorse and thus continues to work for the Olympic Games - now apparently the turnaround.

Keigo Oyamada © Provided by Rolling Stone Keigo Oyamada Further setbacks for Olympia

before Oyamada had to go, among other things, the creative director for the opening and closing ceremony, Hiroshi Sasaki. He had planned to float in the opening a plus-size model as "Olympic" - as the Olympic Pig - in the stadium.

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