This Sunday, May 22, on France Inter, Lio addressed his relationship with his six children, complex ties and a painful past that the singer evoked in tears.
Regrets are part of life. Yes Leo was the interpreter of the jovial “banana split” or “Les Brunes don’t count for plums“, the singer has a heavy past which she does not hesitate to talk about in the media. Domestic violencefamily or sexual violence suffered when she was a child, the 59-year-old artist has experienced many traumatic events. The former juror of Nouvelle Star confided again this May 22 at the microphone of Thomas Sotto, in Off road on France Inter. mother of six children born to four different fathersLio has never hidden the difficulties she may have encountered in her parenthood.
When the presenter asks him:Have you been judged by society with this somewhat peculiar family structure? […]?“, the singer and actress of Portuguese origin responds in tears that if today, her children are doing well, this has not always been the case: “I’ve never been uncomfortable about it. They are fine. I can not believe it. It’s been so hard for many, many, many years… They weren’t okay […] I was confronted with their enormous suffering every day, without always knowing how to respond to it. And, certainly, by not responding to them at the height of what every child deserves.“, she explains. But behind her tears, no guilt, except the awareness of not having been present enough at crucial moments: “I feel responsible for many things and they have to hold me to account. I am here to answer them. It is their most legitimate right. But I never had any regrets.“, she adds.
Lio: “The rape […] it looks like a kill”
Lio also reacted to the comments ofElisabeth Borne. During her inauguration, the Prime Minister wished the little girls to go “at the end of their dreams“, dedicating his appointment to Matignon to them. A quote that did not move Helena Noguerra’s sister: “Before, I would say to little girls: ‘Have the chance to go to the end of your lives because when you go out at night, you risk being raped.’ Rape is a crime. And I’ll tell you, it feels like a kill“, criticizes the mother of the family. The latter, committed against violence against women, confided that she was raped at the age of 10 by a relative of her family. A chilling story that she had notably delivered last March in Télé Loisirs.”Before asking little girls to go after their dreams, let’s give them a society that allows them to do so.“, she concludes on France Inter.
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