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Melania is being "alienated" because she has forgotten her roots after failing to return to her home country in over ten years, according to the Croatian singer. Miki Solus recently dedicated his song Melanija to the First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS) in which he urged the "Slovenian Rose" to help "save this world". Speaking to Total Croatia News, Mr Solus said: "I find it interesting that Melania has completely lost contact with her Slovenian homeland and the entire Balkan region.

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"She has reportedly not been in Slovenia for ten years, let alone to her birthplace.

"She's alienated, and I want to remind her, through my song, to think about her roots a little, who she is and where she comes from.

"And to influence her husband a little since she is in such a powerful position to do something good for this world."

Mr Solus, who heavily criticised US President Donald in his song, also jokingly admitted to feeling concerned about potential repercussions for dedicating a song to the FLOTUS.

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He continued: "I’m a little scared, I'm thinking, Uh-oh, what if someone deletes my YouTube video in ten days, what if the CIA or the FBI come to my door, but I hope there won’t be any retaliation.

"I would be powerless in that situation. I could fight and sue against this or that, but against the FBI or the US...I don’t stand a chance, the song will be gone and maybe I will be too…I'll disappear, yeah."

Melania was born Melanija Knav in the Slovenian city of Novo Mesto, near the Croatian border. After working as a model for several agencies in Milan and Paris, the now-First Lady moved to the United States in 1998.

The US President revealed in 2005 he had met Melania at a New

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