Johnny Hallyday "soon with a feather in my head" : Eddy Mitchell torpedoing the tributes of Laeticia Hallyday

Eddy Mitchell never had his tongue in his pocket. This is even less the case when it comes to evoking the death of his great friend Johnny Hallyday, which occurred on December 5, 2017. Last September, the interpreter of “Couleur mint à l’eau” did not spare not Laeticia Hallyday concerning the various tributes paid to Johnny Hallyday at the AccorHotel Arena and organized by his widow. The former member of the Vieilles Canailles considered in particular that the artistic work erected on the renamed esplanade was “a statue to the con”, and also explained that he had not participated in the concert specifying that he “didn’t see “why (he would) do this kind of bullshit“.

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Guest of the famous “Portrait of the semeine” of the magazine “Seven to eight” this Sunday, November 21, Eddy Mitchell gave a layer by openly tackling Laeticia Hallyday and the way in which she honors the memory of the former “idol of young people” . “It does not interest me absolutely (…) They do what they want. Soon they’ll put him with a feather in his head hanging anywhere … I don’t care. I even find it quite morbid“, he launched with the outspokenness that characterizes him.

Eddy Mitchell also spoke of the last moments lived alongside the Taulier. “He was watching a movie, we weren’t talking. He wanted to watch a movie and at the same time go to bed, sleep, rest. He didn’t have the strength, and I didn’t want to piss him off. So I wanted to leave him alone, to leave him alone “, he concluded.


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