Sardou responds to Mélenchon, who had encouraged him not to leave France



Michel Sardou, here on the set of “TPMP” on C8, August 29, 2022.

TPMP – Early June in an interview for Paris MatchMichel Sardou declared that if Jean-Luc Mélenchon entered Matignon, he “(s)e shot(s)” from France. “Or else I declare Normandy a duchy and I put up barriers everywhere”he added.

We were then ten days away from the first round of the legislative elections, at the end of which the leader of the NUPES hoped to become Prime Minister, via cohabitation. A scenario that will not happen after the results of the second round.

In the media, Jean-Luc Mélenchon then responded to the singer, offering him a ” maintenance “ for the “convincing us to stay in France when we have won”.

“I’m going to tell him: ‘listen, don’t do this, especially since it’s useless: the universal tax system that we have imagined, you can even go to hell, I’ll catch you with the note’had also declared the rebellious to the attention of Michel Sardou on franceinfo.

Guest on the set of Do not touch My TV this Monday, August 29, the latter responded to these remarks (listen in the video below).

“I have a house in Normandy and an apartment in Paris, and a Porsche”

“He imagines the guy we shoot each other to get some dough in the Caribbean or I don’t know where. Me, I have two things: I have a house in Normandy and an apartment in Paris, and a Porsche (…) All is there me, he does not need to go to hell, or else he will stay there, but it’s all there”says Michel Sardou in front of Cyril Hanouna.

“I’ve always paid my taxes on time, I haven’t had any problems, I’ve never been pissed off. So I pay far too much tax in my opinion, I say that frankly, but on the other hand, what do you want, I also earn a lot of wheat. So I have to pay taxes, so it doesn’t bother me.”he adds.

“It’s not because Mélenchon will be Prime Minister, moreover he will never be, me alive (…); I was leaving because if France becomes what Mélenchon is who since he returned from South America, ‘la revolución (sic)! The revolution!’ It’s okay, we don’t need to do protests right now, we don’t need to break up stores, we don’t need to piss off working people.says Michel Sardou.

“It’s not worth adding to it. There he is promoting the ‘revolución’. The ‘revolución’ is good for Colombia, but we are not in Colombia”he concludes.

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