In the columns of L’Obs, the singer and actress Camélia Jordana returned to her remarks against the police violence which had revolted Christophe Castaner, then Minister of the Interior.
In May 2020, comments made by the singer Camélia Jordana on the show set We are not in bed made a great noise. The 28-year-old artist then denounced the police violence and confided to Laurent Ruquier “not feel safe around a cop“. A stand and a speech”lying and shameful” what Christophe Castaner, then Minister of the Interior, had condemned through his official Twitter account. But that’s not all: she had subsequently proposed to Christophe Castaner to debate live, before the politician qualifies his remarks as “false and unfair“at a press conference. Other personalities had also entered the debate: Cyril Hanouna had knocked out the singer, while Charlotte Namura instead flew to her aid, just like Angèle.
“Twitter ignited from my comments on police violence,” recalls Camélia Jordana
The main interested party, she has in any case always assumed her remarks on police violence. And she repeats them loud and clear, this time in the columns of the new issue of L’Obs. “That evening, I gave everything in spite of myself. I was coming out of the first confinement during which I had seen all kinds of videos on political refugees, ecology, war, undocumented Deliveroo delivery men, police violence“, remembers the one who sang in support of Adama Traoré.”And I arrive on the Ruquier set that evening, I talk about police violence, feminism, all these societal subjects to which I am sensitive“. She deplores it:”Nothing remains, because Twitter ignited from my remarks on police violence“.
For Camélia Jordana, Christophe Castaner had a “disproportionate reaction”
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The opportunity also to come back to his exchanges, more than heated, with Christophe Castaner through the media. “He did the country an extraordinary service because his reaction was out of proportion to what I said. How could the Home Secretary apostrophe a singer on Twitter because she said that Didn’t she feel safe just because she had curly hair?“, asserts the former candidate of New star. Without forgetting those who distorted his words: “I did not speak of “massacres“, I said “to be massacred“. Nuance. I’m from the South, so”to be massacred“is an expression that I use all the time, you can get massacred in the game, by your boss, on a playground, etc.“. She recognizes it however: the words”assault” or “control“would have worked better.
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