There’s a new accent in the world you guys.
Lindsay Lohan is always giving something to talk about. Whether is the changes she’s been through, the legal issues or simply an appearance she’s made, Lindsay makes us talk about her.
In the past few years, we’ve been more related to the rebel side of her, the girl that keeps breaking the rules and facing legal issues but this time she’s the focus of attention for something quite different…
She recently opened her own nightclub in Athens, Greece. She decided to use her reputation as a party animal and turn it into something positive. Lindsay decided to open the club, due to how welcoming Greek people are. But, Lindsay’s entrance to the nightclub industry is not the main focus, people are freaking out over the bizarre accent she premiered during the launching of her club.
Yep, the video of the club’s opening has gone viral, mostly because of the weird accent Lindsay speaks in. She’s even named her new accent as Lilohan, and people are loving it!
Lilo talks about how warm and welcoming Greece and Turkish people are, and how she has found a family in them, she even used a word in one of these two languages, so the club is a way to celebrate the fact that. “Life should be about celebrating each other’s life,” she said.
A somehow philanthropic nightclub, or so.
In the video, Lindsay said that the nightclub can be a way to create a charity to help with bad things happening in the world. She also says that there’s much more to do to help refugees and that she’s willing to do it.
There was an immediate reaction to Lilo’s new accent
Such as this funny tweet
Or this one, lol
And this awesome idea!
So, then Lindsay did this, the world accepted this new accent even more.
Lilohan is a thing now
Global humanitarian issue mode on
Lilo has been lately really into humanitarian help, she recently visited Syrian refugee camps in Turkey. She explained her new accent: “Is a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn”. Duhh, obvious right?
Can you guess the languages?