Newly elected for a third consecutive term, Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has challenged George Evra to leave it all: his house in Budapest; his beautiful Castillo; and his many artefacts. (The list goes on).
A court order, issued today, also directs the solo artist to reveal the whereabouts of his hidden treasure chest.
Orban`s Fidesz party, recently dismissed accusations of right-wing, nationalist electioneering, and Islamophobia, on the basis that, ‘some of our best friends have phobias’.
Similarly, the party emphatically denies any anti-migrant agenda towards the musician who, they claim, ‘would be happy to lose it all’. As a goodwill gesture they are also prepared to allow Ezra to retain his golden grand piano. Citing the instrument as tainted by flawed and erroneous symbolism, contrary to Hungarian tradition.
A Party delegate stated: ‘Ebony and Ivory was never a good mix. Despite what Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney claim’.
Currently, Ezra has maintained a stoic refusal to relinquish any of his assets, neglecting to remain completely faithful to the sentiment of his lyrics. Issuing a statement, via his lawyer, he said: ‘Give me one good reason why I should make a change’.