Can Yaman is touring the country with his “Break the Wall Tour”. Meanwhile, however, the world of gossip continues to attribute new flirts to him.
The Turkish star Can Yaman, one of the favorites of Italians, he is currently on tour around the country with his charity project “Break the Wall Tour”. The idea was born to help young people deal with the psychic discomfort generated in the post pandemic. Meanwhile, however, the world of gossip continues to attribute new flirts to him.
The Turkish actor who became famous with the series Bittersweet And Daydreamer – The wings of the dream, consecrated its success with the Canale 5 fiction that aired until last autumn. Thanks to Purple like the seawhere he starred with Francesca Chillemiwas recognized by the Italian public.
Can Yaman, who is his new flame?
Like all celebrities, there is always a lot of interest in the private life of the Turkish star. Despite trying to be as discreet as possible, the gossip world often investigates his new flames. In the last few hours there has been talk of a possible love story with the leading actress de Ladies Paradise, Francesca Del Fa.
Almost a year has passed since a photo of the two actors together was shot on the web. Now Irene Cipriani from the well-known Rai series is ready to break the silence by revealing the truth about her relationship with her Turkish colleague. In an interview with the weekly Di Più TV, Francesca Del Fa revealed that the one with Yaman is just a baseless gossip. She, the actress explained that she was invited to a festival in Sardinia last summer together with her colleague de Ladies Paradise, Roberto Farnesi.
When the actor had a mishap and arrived late, to accommodate Francesca Del Fa another group of people thought about it, including the Turkish star. “A simple photo taken during a dinner, where we were close, caused an uproar. Between me and Can there was nothing romantic. Only a sympathy, a friendship was born“, revealed the de star Ladies Paradise.
In the meantime, the Turkish star is busy with the “Break the Wall Tour” around Italy to organize a series of meetings to help young people overcome the hardships born due to isolation and growing dependence on technology, which has increased during the pandemic. The funds that will be raised during the tour will be donated to the Institute of Child Neuropsychiatry at the Umberto I Polyclinic in Rome.