Daddy’s girl in Dubai … after all, what’s the harm as the risk of infection is probably lower!

Ben Hamilton
January 20th, 2021

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Alva Madsen’s not very bright if her recent confession is anything to go by.

Now, telling your closest friends and family that you’re heading off to Dubai to grab a few weeks in the sun is one thing, but fessing up to DR?

You can almost hear their reporters rubbing their hands in glee at the prospect of all the hateful comments she’s going to get on their social media platforms for breaking the people’s curfew.

And on top of that, she looks quite fetching in her black bikini in the Dubai sun – just the tonic for furious masochistic trolls to launch those fingers into overdrive. 

In her own words
“First of all, I was a little tired of the weather at home,” she told DR.

Weather, the average person in Denmark might respond: “I haven’t been outside for three weeks.” 

“I have talked to many about how you can really get depressed and get really bad when you lack sunlight,” she continued.

Ah, so this was a preventative measure in case she got depressed. That explains everything.

“I thought a lot about it and came to the conclusion that I was at no greater risk of being infected here than in Denmark, where there are so many private parties,” she reasoned.

Madsen’s safety is paramount to the government of Denmark. She is not a mule, she is a human being.

“I first heard the South African mutation had come to Denmark from Dubai when I arrived here. It is of course not optimal, but I would do what I can to not take it home.”

The country can rest easy tonight.

Quite the entrepreneur
But then again, at the age of 17 she’s got her own make-up brand and over 12,000 followers on Instagram, so she must be doing something right.

She became famous through a regular slot on the DR3 documentary series ‘Fars pige’ (Daddy’s girl), so a little bit of criticism is probably water off a duck’s back to her.

After all, she hasn’t done anything illegal by travelling to Dubai. Overseas holidays are only discouraged – the airlines will welcome you onboard if you have the necessary COVID-19 tests.

And there’s a good chance that by the time Madsen returns, she’ll need to self-isolate for a specified period or risk landing a big fine.


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