On France 2, Jean-Luc Mélenchon proposed to Booba that he send his fans to the march against the high cost of living on October 16.
POLITICS – A standing call that (obviously) finds no taker. Guest of the first edition of what a time! in France 2this Saturday, September 24, Jean-Luc Mélenchon took advantage of a question about Booba to appeal to the rapper, involved in recent months in a clique against scams and the influencer business.
evoking cyber bullying which sometimes results from this, Jean-Luc Mélenchon proposed buba to mobilize their fans for a nobler cause: the fight against the high cost of living and climate inaction. ” I had the impression that he had entered into a form of anti-capitalist struggle, so I told him: ‘rather than sending people in herds [sur les réseaux sociaux] bring people to October 16 March Against the high cost of living, you’ll be doing us a favor!’ Launched the former French deputy.
I tell @booba: people coming to the cost of living march on October 16 will do us a favor… https://t.co/gSGCOguQGY
— Jean-Luc Mélenchon (@JLMelenchon)
Invited, during this sequence, to react to various celebrity portraits presented to him, the politician also described Booba as ” character of our time, full of contradictions “.
“When you drive a Lamborghini it’s complicated”
After this foot appeal to the author of DKR, The answer was immediate. Very active on social media, Booba responded to the former rebel candidate for the 2022 presidential election ironically
” I’m not sending anyone to pack! People have followed my fight, which at first is personal because I clear the demons. Walking against the high cost when driving a Lamborghini is complicated Jean-Luc Mélenchon “, he replied, while asking him to invest in his own fight” against influencers “.
I will not send anyone to a pack! People followed my fight that at first is personal because I shed light on… https://t.co/d71giCTXnp
To this response, Jean-Luc Mélenchon humorously replied: “ That’s good, a walk is on foot. “. Something to tickle “Duke of Boulogne”, who sent him a more enigmatic reply: sink or swim “, later retweeted by the rebels.
WALK OR DIE 🏴☠️ @JLMelenchon https://t.co/Zc2OWZ2QyT
Therefore, it seems unlikely that the artist will participate in the march scheduled for mid-October at the initiative of France Insoumise, the Socialist Party, EELV and other political and associative organizations in Paris.
Still, this new trick by Jean-Luc Mélenchon did not go unnoticed, a few days after the Adrien Quatennens affair. On the set this Saturday night, Jean-Luc Mélenchon also began a timid mea culpa after his controversial tweet, but above all he recognized and “accepted criticism and condemnation Believing that “everyone can do better”.
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