Thursday, November 10 in the program Touche pas à mon poste, Cyril Hanouna had an altercation with his guest, the deputy La France Insoumise Louis Boyard. The host of the show spoke on his Twitter account about it this Sunday, November 13.
A moon sequence on C8. Invited to talk about the migrant boat ocean viking in Touche pas à mon poste last Thursday, Louis Boyard, deputy since June and former columnist for the show, had accused the “five richest people” in France of “impoverishing Africa”, quoting Vincent Bolloré, owner of the Canal+ group, to which C8 belongs.
His reflection set fire to the powder and triggered a violent pass of arms between Cyril Hanouna and him. “You’re shit”, “jester”… insults rained down on the C8 set. Louis Boyard ended up leaving the set, to boos from the public.
“I will always defend my friends”
“The only thing I regret is insulting himit’s not a good example”, assured on Twitter Cyril Hanouna this Sunday, November 13, in the evening.
“For the rest, I have no regrets and I will always defend my friends,” he added, referring to billionaire Vincent Bolloré.
“I am whole, loyal, sincere, and I will always be myself on the air. I am sanguine and true like some politicians”, continued the presenter, who should return to the incident this Monday evening on his show, noted The Huffington Post.
My darlings, I am whole, loyal, sincere, and I will always be on the air myself. I am sanguine and true like some politicians. The only thing I regret is that I insulted him, it wasn’t a good example. For the rest I have no regrets and I would always defend my friends. I vs u2764ufe0f
— Cyril Hanouna (@Cyrilhanouna) November 13, 2022
Guest on the set of BFM TV this Sunday, Olivier Véran deplored this “permanent buzz spiral”. The government spokesman concluded by saying: “We will never accept that in our Republic, a deputy is threatened in this way”.