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Months After Attacking Rihanna, Christophe Castaner Catches Up

Five months ago, Christophe Castaner, the delegate general of the Republic in March, made the least courteous remarks about the singer Rihanna. According to Obs, the French socialist has caught up by rather praising the singer. In his Chronicle of Thursday, December 21, he was willing to catch up by saying all the good he thinks of Rihanna.

“Last July, I was getting heckled, rightly, by some Internet users,” he begins in the December 21 edition of L’Obs before continuing: ” The motive? You were invited to the Élysée, and the site Konbini asked me in the tone of humor if I was “jealous” of the president. Trying to be funny, I answered that your outfit was, that day, “a bit too big for my taste” so that I am jealous. Unfortunate and clumsy “reflection of dude”, I admit it . ”


“Objectively, it was not the most informed words. These are things I’m sorry for, “he said before continuing, saying to Rihanna,” You were born into a poor, ripped family in Barbados, but as a gifted and determined alchemist, you knew how to transform metal of your childhood in gold. “More? “This gold is your career, it’s your multiple rewards, it’s your 4th place among the most influential people in the global entertainment industry, it’s these millions of fans who love you and who follow you, it’s your 12 billion views on the Net … But this gold is also the distinction you received on February 28 on the Harvard campus . ”

Originally from Barbados, Rihanna was voted Humanitarian Personality of the Year by the prestigious American University. She took over from former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the young Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.


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