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“I could slap him”: Matthieu Delormeau attacks Gilles Verdez for a money story


This Thursday, October 13, 2022, Matthieu Delormeau and Gilles Verdez are once again scarred. Between the two TPMP columnists, the tone quickly rose.

At a time when a generalized strike movement is gaining momentum, the French are at the end of their tether. Thus, this Thursday, October 13, 2022, Cyril Hanouna insisted on raising the issue of salaries on his show Do not touch My TV. He thus asked his columnists, if according to them, from 4,000 euros per month, an employee could consider himself a rich person. And on the set, two camps were opposed: those who maintained that no, at 4,000 euros, a Frenchman is not rich, as thought Matthew Delormeau. On the other, some, including Gilles Verdez, thought the opposite.

The latter opened hostilities by declaring: “I already consider myself rich. 4,000 euros net per month, for me it crosses the threshold of rich people. I earn more”. A completely disconnected reflection for Matthieu Delormeau: “I’m just going to talk about capital (…) For me, someone who is rich is someone in net assets, that is to say, we take out the loans, it’s someone one who owns 5 million euros”, he lets go, in front of speechless columnists. “But I would never have Gilles’ sentence, again I could slap him, but I don’t, he’s a friendbut to say that from 4,000 euros net, one is rich, once again that is not right”, gets carried away Matthieu Delormeau.

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What Gilles Verdez retorts: “4,000 euros per month is huge!” But Matthieu Delormeau does not budge: “No, when you live in Paris, you’re not a rich person. (…) When you’re rich, you can have the car you like, you can go away for the weekend whenever you want , you can go on vacation whenever you want. You do that with 4,000 a month? No” A debate which ignited a little more when Benjamin Castaldi explained that to be considered rich, he had to earn 50,000 euros per month.

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Do not touch My TV
He thus asked his columnists, if according to them, from 4,000 euros per month, an employee could consider himself a rich person.

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Gilles Verdez
And on the set, two camps were opposed: those who argued that no, at 4,000 euros, a Frenchman is not rich, as Matthieu Delormeau thought. On the other, some, including Gilles Verdez, thought the opposite.

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Do not touch My TV
The latter opened hostilities by declaring: “I already consider myself rich. 4,000 euros net per month, for me that passes the threshold of rich people. I earn more”.

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Matthew Delormeau
A completely disconnected reflection for Matthieu Delormeau: “I’m just going to speak in capital (…) For me, someone who is rich is someone in net assets, that is to say, we take away loans, it is someone who has 5 million euros”, he blurts out, in front of speechless columnists.

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Gilles Verdez and Matthieu Delormeau
“But I would never have Gilles’s sentence, there again I could slap him, but I don’t do it, he’s a friend, but to say that from 4,000 euros net, we are rich, again that is wrong”, gets carried away Matthieu Delormeau.

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Gilles Verdez
To which Gilles Verdez replies: “4,000 euros per month is huge!”

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Gilles Verdez and Matthieu Delormeau
But Matthieu Delormeau does not budge: “No when you live in Paris, you are not a rich person.”

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Gilles Verdez and Matthieu Delormeau
“When you’re rich, you can have the car you like, you can go on weekends whenever you want, you can go on vacation whenever you want.”

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Gilles Verdez
“You do that with 4,000 a month? No”

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Matthew Delormeau
A debate that ignited a little more when Benjamin Castaldi explained that to be considered rich,

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Gilles Verdez
for him, it was necessary to earn 50,000 euros per month.



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