Léa Salamé described as “poivret” by Philippe Caverivière, the comedian adds a layer after the controversy

Léa Salamé described as “poivret” by Philippe Caverivière, the comedian adds a layer after the controversy
Léa Salamé described as “poivret” by Philippe Caverivière, the comedian adds a layer after the controversy

For a little less than a week, Léa Salamé has found herself under fire for her comments on alcohol. Last Saturday, in What an era!the Franco-Lebanese journalist received the actor Artus, who came to talk about his latest film A little something extra which has been a hit since its release in cinemas. Appearing slimmer, the man who is also a comedian explained the recipe for his weight loss: “I did a lot of little extra things, and things are much better. I stopped drinking, I stopped smoking.” Teasingly, Raphaël Glucksmann’s partner did not hesitate to send him a jab straight away. “Ah, have you become boring? No, but I mean, you’re no longer anxious, but you’re annoying”she retorted.

Annoyed, Artus did not take long before reframing it, but the story did not stop there and social networks took up the controversy. Several people stepped up to criticize the attitude of the host and more generally of people who believe that you cannot have fun without drinking alcohol in the evening. Present last Saturday, like every week, on the show, Philippe Caverivière had not yet spoken out about the controversy and it is now done. The 53-year-old comedian spoke about his work colleague in The eye of Caverivièrehis morning column on RTL, this Friday May 3.

Léa Salamé compared to Jason Chicandier

“Many people who wanted to vote for Raphaël Glucksman and who learned of Léa’s failings said to themselves: ‘Well, there you go, I wanted to vote for Glucksman, but since Léa Salamé, his wife, is an alcoholic, well I’m going to vote for Bardella’”starts Philippe Caverivière, to the sound of the tube Come and have a drink at homefrom the License IV group, before adding: “I don’t want a drunk first lady.”

A small attack in order, but knowing the beautiful relationship between the comedian and the journalist, there is no doubt that all this is said in a joking tone. “Léa Salamé, we thought that she was the heiress of Anne Sinclair, in fact she is the new Chicandier, adds Philippe Caverivière, in reference to his colleague, victim of liver cirrhosis and forced to drastically curb his alcohol consumption. Known for his acid humor, the man who suffered a big blow by losing his show on France 2 continues with a joke that is daring to say the least: “My Léa is like that, she’s an epicurean. I saw her in the evening, and then met Pierre Palmade. I said to him: ‘Oh my Pierrot, you stopped the coc’, the MDMA, 3M™ and chemsex, oh you’ve become boring!”

Léa Salamé continues the controversies

A column that risks making Léa Salamé laugh, who has found herself again at the heart of a controversy in recent days. After her comments on alcohol, the journalist caused the astonishment of Internet users and a colleague from France Inter with her speech on violence against women and the #metoo movement. A complicated period for the 44-year-old host, who will certainly explain all of this in the coming days.

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