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“You’re crazy”, “You represent everything that has missed”: Cyril Hanouna goes crazy against one of his columnists, who does not let it go!

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Between Cyril Hanouna and Gilles Verdez, it’s I love you too. This Thursday, September 15, the host of “Do not touch my post! » and his columnist once again took the lead. The day before already, they had violently torn apart while the latter was defending a large family (ten children) who received nearly 6,000 euros in allowances last August. ” That’s the France I love, the one that helps poor people Verdez said. ” I think it’s great, we help people, bravo. »

An opinion that his boss does not share. ” You represent everything that missed “retorted Hanouna. ” You don’t see that the policy you are pursuing is the policy that has led France to the state it is in at the moment. Stop a little ! At some point open your eyes. When you see families… I have viewers who tell me: ‘We get up at 8 in the morning, we come home at 8 in the evening. On the 15th of the month, we can’t eat, we can’t feed our children when we bleed ourselves every day at work. If we didn’t work, we wouldn’t complain, but we work. »

This lively debate continued this Thursday, still on set. ” When you are poor with a certain income, you are not allowed to have more than 2, 3, 4 children
? “Questioned Gilles Verdez. ” If they want to have ten children for happiness, they don’t have the right? You are sick, worse than in China, in dictatorship »

Following which Baba, who previously mentioned the situation of some of his friends who do not wish to have children for lack of means, added: ” You don’t live in the right world. It’s because of guys like you that France is failing. You are crazy! »

Gilles, you don’t understand something: a child is a decision of life, of a couple “, concludes Cyril Hanouna. ” When you have 3, 4, 5 children, it’s such an economic decision. You wonder how to do it. A bigger apartment? I’m going to have to change the car, do more races… Me, I talk to a lot of spectators and I see that they think about everything and are afraid of the future. I have a lot of messages where they tell me: ‘Cyril, I work 10 hours a day and I can’t get out of it’. And you, what are you talking about when you talk nonsense? It’s as if you said: ‘everyone will live in a 150m2!’ (…) You’re crazy, I swear. »

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