Aya Nakamura hits back in new single at racist abuse over Olympics rumour

New track features lyrics ‘It’s them that don’t like me’ after far-right backlash against idea she could cover Édith Piaf song

The French-Malian superstar Aya Nakamura, who has been subjected to racist abuse after it emerged that she could perform an Édith Piaf song at this summer’s Paris Olympics, has used a new single to hit back at her far-right critics.

In the track Doggy, released on Friday, the 28-year-old musician sings: “I don’t have enemies, me/It’s them that don’t like me,” adding: “A load of enemies but I don’t even know them.”

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