France's favorite Bilal Hassani, has been the subject of homophobic remarks since his victory in the Eurovision final on Saturday, January 26th. The singer's mom reacts to this on Tuesday, January 29th.
by Association Urgence Homophobiewho will represent France at Eurovision next May, has received at least 1,500 homophobic insults and threats.
According to Lemonde.fr, a young Moroccan filed a complaint against X for "insults, provocation to hatred and violence and homophobic threats " announced on Tuesday, January 29, his lawyer, Me Etienne Deshoulières.
Guest on setEurope 1, Bilal Hassani states that he was always supported by his mother. Called to join the antenna, Amina for parents: "If I can afford [de donner] advice to parents – to always prove your love to your children, because when a child goes all day, to high school or college, when he comes home, even if you are tired, take thirty seconds to tell him that you love him as he is . "
Mother @iambilalhassani on homophobic insults:
– Europe 1 ? (@ Europe1) January 29, 2019
She insists on the importance “To accept your child as he is and not to want to make him as we are.”
Bilal Hassani was supposed to go on a television show Maytena Biraben, but apologized for the post on Twitter to the name of the mediator for his absence because of the "big personal obstacle."
Hello @MaitenaBiraben I am super super sad, not being able to attend the show this afternoon, I had a great personal obstacle, I love you and the whole team, and I love to come back soon! full of love ❤️
– Bilal Hassani (@iambilalhassani) January 29, 2019
A post that would excite some of his followers who responded to his tweet.
I hope everything is good for you and your loved ones ?
– G. Patricia (@PatriciaDuMidi) January 29, 2019
I hope it doesn’t matter and that you are good, you and your mother@iambilalhassani
– Bilal King @ (@ 241 Clarinett) January 29, 2019
what's happening? ?
– sub (@selenaflows) January 29, 2019
Hateful comments, death threats, the standard bearer of France sees all the colors. Last September, he posted a video on his Youtube channel with his mom, who responded to outrageous comments to which he was directed.
Text: Salma Benalall