"Children cry, struggle, scream death" : Alizée anguished by the health crisis, her terrible cry from the heart that will not leave anyone indifferent …

Like many stars, Alizée is very active on her social networks. Especially on Instagram. The opportunity for his admirers to discover his upcoming projects, his travels and looks of the moment without forgetting his special moments with family. In the city, the artist is the happy mother of two children. The eldest named Annily is the result of her past relationship with Jérémy Chatelain. As for his youngest named Maggy, was born from her union with the famous dancer Grégoire Lyonnet. In Corsica, the lovebirds teach dance. And obviously, Alizée does not want to relaunch her career as a singer … At least for the moment. “I don’t have a forecast for my future in the song. In fact, it is not the desire that is no longer there but what I did 20 years ago, it would seem so complicated to do now ”, she confessed in the columns of the magazine She. “It kicks me less to do that because suddenly I found a direction that I really like, it’s dancing, it’s teaching, it’s also enjoying my family (…) . ”

At the same time, Alizée brilliantly uses her notoriety to defend causes that are dear to her. This Monday, January 10, 2022, the interpreter of “Me… Lolita” once again seized his Instagram account to educate his subscribers about the pandemic and its daily impact. Via her story, the star relayed an open letter from a pharmacy preparer hit hard by the health crisis. “I am a pharmacy preparer. And today nothing is going well. Health protocols are constantly changing. The patients are lost, and so are we. The patients are tired, anxious, angry, upset, and so am I. We can not do everything”, so can it be via its publication. “You can’t test an entire school at 7:00 pm because there is a positive case in all the classes. I became the one who makes children cry to test them at all costs. The children cry, struggle, scream at death, are forcibly held by their parents, too, at their end. Sometimes I refuse to test a child under these conditions, and that’s when the parent begs me, crying, to test and inflict this suffering on his child or he will not be able to go back to school and the parent has to work, therefore the child must go to school the next day. Sometimes the child is positive, and then I see parents panicking, crying, scolding, punishing and threatening the child who “did not pay enough attention at school” (…). Sometimes I have to refuse to test because I don’t have time. Sometimes I get assailed, insult all the names, the impression of being thrown to the wolves (…) Once again, it is the children who clink glasses of the madness of the adults. “ A moving testimony that says a lot …

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