JoeyStarr cash on his role as a father and raising his three sons

JoeyStarr cash on his role as a father and raising his three sons
JoeyStarr cash on his role as a father and raising his three sons

This Saturday, May 18, the show 50 minutes inside devoted his portrait of the week to JoeyStarr. The former rapper turned actor spoke about his role as a father to his three sons.

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Monday May 27, JoeyStarr will be back in the series Replacing, in which he plays Nicolas Valeyre, an atypical French teacher, on TF1. On this occasion, the former member of the NTM group answered Isabelle Ithurburu’s questions in 50 minutes inside, this Saturday, May 18. Now aged 56, the ex-rapper turned actor looked back on the traumas of his childhood, such as his separation from his mother at the age of 5 and the violence inflicted on him by his father. The artist also spoke about his role as dad to his sons Matisse, Khalil and Marcello, aged 18, 16 and 9 respectively.

JoeyStarr “father at a distance” of his sons Matisse, Khalil and Marcello

As he himself declares, JoeyStarr is above all “a tribal chief”. But taking on the role of father has not always been easy for the former rapper. “There were codes that I didn’t have”, he confides. Separated from the mothers of his sons, the actor nevertheless takes care to be present for his offspring and above all not to reproduce the mistakes that his own father may have made. “I am no longer with the mothers so I am a father from a distance, but I think I will be there as much as possible. Unlike the person who raised me, for me I have taken a triple punishment, that is to say I have a lifetime. I work seven days a week and I actually know why.”he explains.

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JoeyStarr reveals the values ​​he wants to pass on to his children

Faced with Isabelle Ithurburu, JoeyStarr then spoke about the education he gives to his three sons. The father regularly calls on his children to be vigilant. “What I try to convey to them is just: ‘Beware, the contemporary is not kind and the era is grating’reveals the artist, who has always preferred to speak to his children as he would with adults. “The two oldest, their mother told me one day: ‘You’re really spartan with them, they’re not your friends.’ I told him that I have a life principle regarding my children. The less bullshit you tell them, the less accountability you’ll have in the end.he concludes.

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