Last Thursday in “Don’t touch my post!”, Cyril Hanouna’s columnist notably declared that “people didn’t like PD» and that to «eyes of certain people, homosexuals “were not normal”.
“There are people who don’t like PD!“. Signed by columnist Raymond Aabou in “Touche pas à mon poste!” Thursday, May 19, this sentence angered Hugo Manos on set, but not only. In a press release shared on Twitter, the DILCRAH (interministerial delegation for the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred) announces that it will seize Arcom (ex-CSA).
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“The remarks heard during the program “TPMP” are unacceptable”estimates the organization placed under the authority of the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne. “If it is necessary to recall it, homophobic behavior does not come under freedom of expression and has no place in our society. DILCRAH reports the sequence to Arcom“, can we read again. All it takes is one report for the media constable to study a sequence. This will therefore be the case for that relating to the words of Raymond Aabou. As a reminder, a few hours after the birth of the controversy, C8 deleted the program from its replay and the controversial passage was cut on the Dailymotion account of Cyril Hanouna’s talk show.
Apologies on Twitter
The tone worsened on the set of “TPMP” between Raymond Aabou and Hugo Manos when they returned to the altercation of the day before between Matthieu Delormeau and Gilles Verdez. The latter were torn after a debate on the case of Idrissa Gueye, this football player, midfielder of PSG, who refused to play on the occasion of the day of the fight against homophobia.
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“We do a lot of things for homos, for homophobia. In 1980, you had to hide. (…) In the eyes of some people, you are not normal!“, had dropped Raymond Aabou to Hugo Manos who had replied: “I am not saying that you are homophobic (…) but your remarks are systemic homophobic“. A few minutes after the broadcast, aware of the clumsiness of his remarks, Raymond Aabou apologized on Twitter. “Apparently, some have completely understood the opposite of what I said… What I meant was that there is still a long way to go, but it’s going in the right direction… Let’s live together damn… live life“, he wrote.
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