Michael Wendler publishes first photo after scandal


Recently, the pop star said he only wanted to comment on the Telegram news service. But he doesn’t take himself at his word. Now he shared a photo with his wife Laura on Instagram followers respond.

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At the beginning of October Michael Wendler published a video on Instagram in which he announced that he would leave the DSDS jury immediately. In the same breath, he questioned the coronavirus pandemic. In this clip he had also announced that from now on he would only be on the Telegram, a popular communication platform among conspiracy theorists to be found. All other social media such as Instagram, YouTube or are “censored”, so Wendler. Nevertheless, he now publishes a couple photo in the Instagram universe.

In the picture, Michael Wendler and his 28-year-old wife Laura Müller smile into the camera. He more, she a little less. The faces of the two were smoothed through a filter. No wrinkles can be seen. Wendler only adds a little heart emoji to the selfie. After the scandal surrounding the Ballermann star, the couple demonstrated solidarity with a first snapshot together.

“The receipt of money is probably missing”

Most of the comments gathered under the post go in the same direction. One user wrote: “This is how you lose face, Mr. Wendler. Either away from Instagram or not.” Another person says: “But that’s not the Telegram group.” Someone asks: “What are you still doing here?” The cynical article can also be read: “Is someone rowing back? There is probably no incoming payment, right?” This might actually be possible because In the aftermath of Wendler’s theoretical conspiracy statements, many partners had announced that they wanted to terminate their cooperation and current contracts as soon as possible.

Laura Müller, on the other hand, announced just a few days after the great quake that she would stand by her husband. “Everyone should have their own opinion,” she said, explaining that she behaved like Switzerland on the Corona issue: “neutral and apolitical”. But if you have an opinion, you should be able to represent it and communicate it publicly. Regarding her relationship with Wendler, she said that she saw no reason to part with the singer. “Nonetheless, that doesn’t mean that as a couple you immediately share the same opinion.”


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