Camellia Jordana criticized too much? "It is linked to the fact that I am a racialized woman": Femme Actuelle Le MAG

It's hard to miss Camélia Jordana right now! The 28-year-old singer and actress has just released a new album, Easy / Fragile and each of his television appearances is heavily commented on. It must be said that in recent months, his statements generated many reactions. There had already been, in June 2020, his comments on police violence on the set ofWe are not in bed (France 2). Then on January 15, 2021, in The Obs, she evoked once again her commitment: "All of these songs say that if I were a man, I would ask forgiveness, I would question the fears, and I would take the time to question myself. For white men are, in the collective unconscious, responsible for all the evils of the earth. " January 21, in the pages of Paris Match, she severely tackled two icons of French cinema: Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot: "They were not the symbol of feminism. They embodied THE woman because they were muses, anti-feminism par excellence." Very criticized on social networks, Camélia Jordana does not seem to be sad about these comments.

Camélia Jordana accustomed to criticism

In an interview published by Pure Charts on January 30, 2021, the interpreter of Easy relates a hypothesis to the why of these controversies. "I think it's related to the fact that I'm a woman, and a racialized woman moreover", she says, before going any further. “That I am a racialized woman descending from Algerians resisting against France, who before that fought for France. It makes a good little combo for reactive, fascist and racist people". However, she does not "don't explain it". Twelve years after his debut on the show New star, Camélia Jordana blows that the critics, she knew how to get used to it : "Before, I was criticized a lot for the way I sang, for my appearance, my physique, my voice, everything I could embody and represent. Today, it's on what I say ".

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