Finnish prime minister in his 30s after ‘drug test’ leaked another dance video

Prime Minister Sanna Marin Finlind (37), who received a drug test herself after a video of a party drinking and dancing with celebrities and friends was released, this time, an additional video was released on the 19th (local time) of Finnish dancing with a famous Finnish male singer at a nightclub. was again embroiled in controversy.

The video, presumed to have been filmed at a club in Helsinki, the capital city, around 4 am on Saturday, 6th, shows Prime Minister Marin dancing while cuddling with Finnish pop star Olavi Usibirta. Some Finnish media have raised an ‘affair rumor’, claiming that Usibir Taga was believed to have kissed Marin’s neck. Marin, who married in 2020, lives with his husband and daughter.

As the controversy grew, Usivirta said on his social network service (SNS) on the same day, “We are friends and there was nothing inappropriate.” At a press conference, Prime Minister Marin also denied the affair, saying, “I was talking to[his]ear.” Marin also stressed that dancing in his spare time is a private matter not related to the prime minister’s work, and that he was tested for drugs after his first club video was released.

Some Finnish women are posting videos of themselves dancing in a club with the hashtag ‘#Sanna and solidarity’ on social media. However, it was pointed out that if there was a problem, a work vacancy could be caused because Prime Minister Marine did not designate an acting agent in his absence at the time the video was filmed. In particular, criticism has been raised that Finland has damaged her dignity as the head of state at a critical time in the process of joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Reporter Jung-soo Hong [email protected]

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