Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Insolute France (LFI), photographed on November 21, 2017. – AFP
The insubordinate France leader explains in a video why he has “nothing to say” about the disappearance of Johnny Hallyday , Also saying that “there are plenty of people to whom it hurts.”
>> To read also: Hallyday was no longer there, he was everywhere … It was the day of Johnny’s death “On Johnny, what do you want me to say? “Launches Jean-Luc Mélenchon opening his “review of the week”, posted on social networks on the evening of the announcement of the death of the singer.
“I understand that there are plenty of people who feel sorry for it”
“When we make an obituary, let’s talk about someone who’s dead, it’s either to say, ‘pay attention to people, it was someone important, he wrote this, he wrote this “, and it’s a way of signaling to people the importance of someone who disappears. But here, Johnny Hallyday, he does not need me to know that he sang songs that marked his time, his time and all that, “he says.
“So I have nothing to say on the subject (…) in any case I have no more to say than those who are watching me”.
>> To read also: The moving tears of Michel Drucker at the end of his tribute to the singer “I understand that there are plenty of people who feel sorry for him, yet they do not know him, they have never spoken to him, they have only listened to his music,” he says. “But it is a sorrow that we have about the passing life, about the vanity of things, about everything that in our own personal existence has been able to resonate with others through a music or a song”.
Unlike many other personalities of all stripes, Jean-Luc Mélenchon had not reacted Wednesday to the announcement of the death of Johnny Hallyday.