«Sept à huit»: Mélanie Diam’s se confie à Audrey Crespo-Mara

Mélanie Diam’s confides in Audrey Crespo-Mara

INFO LE FIGARO – On the occasion of the cinema release of Hello, the former rapper agreed to answer questions from the journalist as part of the “Portrait of the week”. His last appearance on French television dates back seven years.

Since his retirement from the music scene, Diam’s has become very rare in the media. At the end of May, when Hello an intimate portrait that traces her years of triumph, her psychological problems or her conversion to Islam, was presented in preview at the Cannes Film Festival, the ex-rapper had not made the trip to the Croisette. “I know you didn’t see contempt or disdain there because I’ve always liked meeting people, that’s not really the point. But it’s really out of concern perhaps to preserve this cocoon, this simple life that I finally have today.she justified herself in a video a few minutes before the screening.

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While the documentary written and directed with Houda Benyamina and Anne Cissé is about to be released in cinemas (only on July 1 and 2 and in a few theaters only), the former artist has agreed to confide in Audrey Crespo-Mara in part of the “Portrait of the week” of “Seven to eight”. Broadcast on Sunday June 26 at 7:30 p.m., the interview will be an opportunity for Mélanie Georgiades, whose real name is, to come back to her life far from the “star system”.

This choice is no accident. On September 30, 2012, it was in front of the cameras of TF1 magazine that Diam’s appeared veiled for the first time. That day, she had revealed to Thierry Demaizière her intention to put an end to her career as an artist. Less than three years later, on May 24 precisely, it is again to the journalist that the interpreter of The Dumpling had trusted to discuss the release of his second book Mélanie, French and Muslim.

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During the interview, she returned to the attacks perpetrated on the premises of Charlie Hebdo. “All of a sudden, I saw the attacks full force, I am there in front of my post to condemn what happened. Suddenly, it was all Muslims who were being singled out. Is beyond me. It’s obvious that these are lost small groups, that’s for sure. It’s not Islam. We read in the holy Koran that to kill an innocent is to kill all of humanity, and all of a sudden we are reduced to a few madmen.she lamented.

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