Jean-Luc Lahaye returns to his controversial remarks related to containment

0
27
Jean-Luc Lahaye returns to his controversial remarks related to containment


Jean-Luc Lahaye made shocking remarks in a video interview on Wednesday April 29. The singer returned this Thursday, April 30 on his statements in “Tonight at Baba”.



© / MAXPPP
TPMP: Jean-Luc Lahaye returns to his controversial remarks related to containment


The debate was lively Wednesday April 29 in “Tonight at Baba”, the confined version of TPMP. The reason, a live video interview in the day in which Jean-Luc Lahaye explains that he does not respect confinement. “I consider it a huge hoax. It only concerns me, it engages only me” confides the singer who continues to live his life “normally”. Comments commented the same evening in “Ce soir chez Baba” and which notably made Valérie Benaïm react. The chronicler has had a rant, calling Jean-Luc Lahaye a “time bomb” in the face of the dangers of the coronavirus. Guest of Cyril Hanouna’s show this Thursday, April 30, the singer returned to the controversy.

“I respect confinement”

“They lent me words and intentions that are not mine. I never said that I drove fast in Paris, I said that I drove at a certain speed, which does not mean fast either. I wanted to clarify that I respect confinement. And I am well placed to respect the medical profession for personal reasons “begins the singer. Then he adds, “I ride a motorcycle, of course, I have a mask, I am gloved, masked and even when I go to a store, I do not take off my helmet, I respect the distances that the state has advised”. Jean-Luc Lahaye confides that he manages to go out to the same shops as those of his friends in order to see them while respecting the security measures. Valérie Benaïm is then brought to react. The latter said she was “very happy” to hear that the singer respects the barrier rules. Jean-Luc Lahaye confirms however that confinement is “deeply unpleasant to him”, “it is an attack on my freedom” but that he sticks to it and stays “23 hours a day at home”.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here