Despite being criticized for partying, Finnish prime minister Saanna Marin has said “nothing inappropriate” happened when she was filmed dancing with a pop star on the night she was filmed. A video caught someone using slang for cocaine, but Marin denied taking drugs. However, she said she had taken a test.
Sanna Marin, Finland’s party prime minister, has sharply criticized her critics and insisted that she has the same right to a night out as anyone else. She added that she had never taken drugs in her life, nor had she seen anyone taking them on the night in question.
Ms. Marin’s going out has divided public opinion: Supporters say she has the right to blow off steam after leading her country through the Covid pandemic and defying Vladimir Putin to apply to join NATO. Critics say her behavior is unbecoming of a world leader.
The first videos to go public show Ms. Marin dancing to music, speaking sign language, and posing provocatively with friends, including several male escorts. At one point, a voice can be heard referring to a “flour gang.”
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The video shows Sanna Marin wildly dancing and partying with a group of celebrity friends, just months after she was forced to apologize for staying out until 4 a.m. in clubs.
The fun-loving video was criticized in Finland for its content, including a man waving an alcoholic drink past the camera.
German tabloid Bild called Marin “the coolest politician in the world” and said she was part of the “cool generation” that disliked Putin.
Marin was seen in December spending a Saturday night with friends at the Butchers nightclub, just months after she was forced to apologize for staying out until 4 a.m.
Marin claimed she was fully vaccinated, but she had left her PM’s phone at home and disregarded instructions to stay home.
Marin’s Instagram lifestyle and celebrity friendships drew criticism from Sweden’s largest morning newspaper Dagens Nyheter after the nightclub incident.
Sanna Marin, 36, became one of the world’s youngest heads of state and Finland’s youngest ever when she took over as prime minister in 2019 at the age of 34. She is part of an emerging trend of female leaders hailing from Scandinavia.
Sanna Marin, 34, became prime minister of Finland in 2019 and is the country’s third female prime minister. However, some people have raised questions about her “party” lifestyle.
After a video surfaced of Marin dancing with celebrity friends, the prime minister was criticized for her antics. In addition, she was forced to apologize for her clubbing after coming into contact with a Covid 19 case.
In 2020 she was accused of posing “topless” on the cover of a magazine
Her fans joined her in sharing photos of themselves in similar attire.
Ms. Marin seems to have a sweet tooth, as she shared photos of herself eating ice cream and cotton candy. She said her mother has always been very supportive and made her feel like she could do anything she wanted.
Marin has criticized the person who posted the video. Still, she also gives some insights into her personal life on her Instagram account. She also used her account to set a good example during the Covid pandemic, posting photos of herself breastfeeding Emma.
Ms. Marin was born in Helsinki, lived in Espoo and Pirkkala, and later moved to Tampere. She met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and condemned Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.
Marin became known as the new leader of Finland’s center-left Social Democratic Party after narrowly defeating her rival Antti Lindtman to take over from incumbent Antti Rinne.
Marin shared selfies of her baby bump and a candid photo of breastfeeding on her Instagram page, as well as photos of her enjoying ice cream and cotton candy.
On Wednesday, a video of Marin’s latest party antics surfaced. The single mom agreed to take a drug test because she had “nothing to hide.”