The song “Langıdı Lan Lan Samsak Döveci” broke the rift between his two friends. 45-year-old clarinet virtuoso Serkan Çağrı and Elif Buse Doğan, who were members of ‘Grup Laçin’ for a time, became popular with the song, but this popularity ended the friendship. The duo, who released a single for the same song during the same period, fell into each other.
Blaming Elif Buse Doğan, Serkan Çağrı said, “After the program, we decided, ‘Let’s record the song together’.” He is a person who is at our home 24/7. He was 21 years old when he came. My wife and I made a great effort and hugged him. What hurts us right now is our conscience. We are saddened by the infidelity of the covenant.”
Elif Buse Doğan, who is now a guest of the 2nd Page show that airs on TV8 screens, responded to the allegations against her one by one. Doğan denied the allegations and said that he was threatened by Çağrı. Elif Buse Doğan stated that she will not work with Serkan Çağrı again because of what happened and responded to the allegations about her with the following words: “This version of the song came out after she made it herself. If I were a really opportunistic person, I would say on the phone, “You can’t do this piece, it’s unethical. Who gives you these thoughts? I wouldn’t say let’s do the song together after making threats like.” : ‘I’ll turn you all into pinball.’ .’ My voice was also used.”
“I’ve tried to stay behind, but so many people can’t come across. The Samsak Döveci ballad stands above everything else. Neither the name of Serkan Çağrı nor the name of Elif Buse Doğan is important here. I didn’t exist with this piece. My brother is an audio engineer and we have a studio. I’m here. i do my job I have nothing to begrudge in this case. I don’t do this job for money. It’s a mission. The comments and manipulations made on fake accounts on social media for a month have left me exhausted. Serkan Çağrı and his wife opened fake accounts for money to drive me crazy. He himself admitted that they did. They took me to concerts for free. They took me to their friends’ weddings for free. I couldn’t say no so as not to offend her. What Serkan Çağrı said hurt my family a lot. I did not engage in this polemic. If I were a disloyal person, I would have had this piece published before him. He “I took it out because he did.
In response to Serkan Çağrı’s claim that “the parts where I played the clarinet in the song were muted,” Doğan said, “I don’t know how to use these devices. After the piece was read, I listened to it too and he did “I don’t mind. The covers were done and everything was uploaded digitally. We didn’t turn the volume down or anything.” He didn’t like the arrangement, that my brother did and then he wanted to do a single with me. We decided to release the piece so quickly because other people released it. The rights to these works broadcast on TRT belong to TRT. I didn’t make any money from it,” he said.
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