Invited on the plateau of Touche not at my post to talk about the release of her new album, Sophie Tapie – the daughter of Bernard Tapie – experienced a great moment of unease, shared by viewers.
On Tuesday, September 28, 2021, singer Sophie Tapie was the guest of Cyril Hanouna in the new issue of Do not touch My TV, broadcast live on C8. Initially present to talk about the release of his new album 1988, the subject quickly drifted onto the state of health of his father, Bernard Tapie – who has now been fighting for 4 years against a double cancer – something that has greatly displeased him. Indeed, barely arrived on the set, the young woman immediately closed in the face of the broadcast of extracts from the documentary. In the hearts of the French, dedicated to Bernard Tapie and disapproved by family of the principal concerned because of its content and its inappropriate programming.
“I am very uncomfortable in fact since a while ago. I didn’t want to see it, I didn’t come for it. I come to talk about music and I feel a bit trapped very honestly“, began by declaring Sophie Tapie, before continuing: “I came to promote my album, to talk about my work … It’s very uncomfortable to ask me questions about my father’s health“. A reaction which did not fail to surprise Cyril Hanouna.
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“I didn’t think they would do this to me “
The star host of C8 then defended himself by explaining that there was no trap and that the young woman had been warned by the production of the dissemination of these images. Apparently there was a misunderstanding and it’s Sophie Tapie’s turn to retort: ”I didn’t think I would get hit with this. The images, to see that and all … If I had known, frankly, I tell you honestly: I wouldn’t have come“. “What do you want me to tell you? I’m like all children or loved ones of someone with cancer […] Whether it is the patient or the relatives, everyone suffers“, will she end up moving forward before the subject is refocused on the first track from Sophie Tapie’s album named the Phoenix, which she will explain having written, not as a tribute, but for her father: a point on which she insists. Finally, this great moment of discomfort will not have escaped the viewers who – as usual – will not fail to react on Twitter.