Elie Semoun reacts to the anger of Jean-Marie Bigard and attempts to soothe tensions

Jean-Marie Bigard continues provocations against all those who criticize his political ambitions. The comedian, aged 66, has recently attacked his colleague Elie Semoun. The latter told him, while trying to calm down the tensions.

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The presidential ambitions of Jean-Marie Bigard never-ending to be controversial. Yet the comedian persists and signs, it may well show up at the next election of 2022. An initiative that has already pushed Patrick Sébastien, who has openly advised not to put a foot in the middle of the policy. This is also the view of Elie Semoun and he has made it known to the husband of Lola Marois at the microphone of Europe 1, on the 25th of June. “I was shocked by learning that, I found that this is a big bullshit. I don’t understand why he does this, it is perhaps to flatter his ego, but it should not, it will leave the feathers, the poor !”, had he confided in the issue of Philippe Vandel. And to add : “The politics and humour, it has never made good bedfellows ! It is necessary that we stay in our place, it is a joke. You can make fun of politicians. It is very well placed to make fun of it but when all of a sudden, we are part of the clan, this is no longer possible. lI is necessary to that Jean-Marie Bigard continues to make us laugh ! We see what it gave on Coluche. Look at what it gives with Dieudonné, it is no matter what ! “Statements that have not liked the person who was thus warned of Elie Semoun in video on Facebook.

Elie Semoun trying to appease Jean-Marie Bigard

“Keep an eye out when you say jester because the jester is a guy very brave […] I’m a buffoon who has balls,” retorted Jean-Marie Bigard with a tone very threatening. Contacted by Tele-Entertainment, Elie Semoun responded to the criticism of the comedian to 66 years. “I find that one has “balls” when you go up on stage alone and faced thousands of people. It is what makes us almost every night. To me, this is what I call the courage […] saying that he has “balls” it means nothing”. The actor also has tried to calm things down by reaffirming her affection towards her brother. “I hope his action, with all his enthusiasm and his passion, is not going to harm him, and that he will not leave a feather, he assured. I am worried for him, it is especially. Honestly, I like it very much and I want to say. Once again, I wanted to advise her to take care of him and not to forget that he is an artist […] We wish good luck”. Elie Semoun has also said that embarking on a political career should be a “bit more rational” and that the artists “can also change the world by addressing social issues”. A debate without end.