Currently in full promotion of his new album baptized From elsewhere, which will be released on April 2, 2021, Sheila was the guest of Laurent Delahousse in the show 8:30 p.m. on Sunday sure France 2 March 28, 2021. The one who recently raised a rant against the rumors targeting her son Ludovic Chancel, was precisely questioned about an old story concerning her. Within her new album, the singer of the years yé-yé who participated in the show Mask Singer sure TF1 dedicated a song on that famous rumor that affirmed that she was a man.
“It haunted me all my life because if you like, at the time there were only two celebrity newspapers that came out every week. In reality it all started with this rumor “ Sheila began before revealing, step by step, how this terrible controversy that targeted her at the time evolved. “I become a man, afterwards I am a man, after this is the successful operation by such and such a teacher. And it becomes a kind of snake biting its tail. “ remembered the one who lodged a complaint to find out the circumstances of her son’s death.
Sheila: “My parents, it destroyed their lives”
“Can’t we stop this kind of thing?” Laurent Delahousse then asked him. “No. Me, my parents, it destroyed their lives. They lost all their friends because there is no smoke without fire,” Sheila revealed, before discussing the consequences of this story on her own existence. “When I was pregnant, I hid myself because it was said that I had a pocket of seawater under my stomach. Afterwards, when Ludovic was born, it was said that it was not mine and that I went to buy it in Switzerland,“ the singer explained to the reporter.
“It had an endless snowball effect, and it pursued me all my life” insisted the guest of Laurent Delahousse. Sheila had already mentioned this crazy rumor during her time on the set of the show Daily March 18, 2021 on TMC. “A rumor we can’t get over it, it’s terrible because when you’re 20, 14, 13, you have your life ahead of you and I think getting eaten away is terrible ” she had then confided to Yann Barthès.
Read also : Sheila wants “answers” on the death of her son, Ludovic Chancel