[World Now] Canada’s Prime Minister pays tribute to the Queen, singing at the hotel before the funeral

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, wearing a short-sleeved T-shirt, stands next to the pianist and sings along with his party.

The words are ‘Come and go with ease. A little high, a little low. Anyway, the wind blows.

I sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, a popular song from the 1970s by the famous British rock group Queen.

A video went viral where Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sang a pop song in the lobby of a hotel where Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was visiting London to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

According to local media, including CBS, this 15 second video of Prime Minister Trudeau singing in a London hotel lobby on the evening of the 17th went viral on social media over the weekend.

Accusations have been raised online that Trudeau behaved inappropriately two days before the funeral, as he was visiting London with a Canadian condolence delegation to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

The pianist was Gregory Charles, a member of the official condolence group and a member of Canada’s National Order of Merit.

As the debate grew, the Prime Minister’s Office issued a statement saying, “After lunch on Saturday, Trudeau joined the small group held by the sympathizer. I did that,” he explained.

But on social media, he was criticized as “this is absurd” and “a dignified prime minister”.

Another Twitter user said, “It is irresponsible that a person who went to the Canadian delegation to commemorate the death of the head of state committed such an act.”

However, there were some who defended him, saying, “There is no problem singing with the piano accompaniment at a convenient time.”

An opposition lawmaker said, “I don’t like the prime minister, but I don’t want to disagree with him because I sing it, but I could have chosen a better song instead of Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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