"The secret song": Rayane Bensetti, in tears, evokes his father who died in 2018: Femme Actuelle The MAG

Rayane Bensetti is an artist close to his fans. Often the former candidate of Dance with the stars shares their emotions with their subscribers on social networks. His audience had been very supportive when, in February 2018, the star of Tamara had lost his papa Bachir. "You may have seen him in Dancing with the Stars, the one I consider my mainstay, my bodyguard, my example, my advisor, my role model left me", he announced to his subscribers. "My daddy passed away today. The reason? This fucking Charcot's disease". This rare condition affects the neurons in charge of motor skills. Decreased, the latter can no longer move and gradually degenerate leading to muscle weakness then more or less complete paralysis. Very committed to the cause, Rayane often talks to his fans and recalls regularly in memory of his dad.

Vitaa and Kendji Girac made Rayane Bensetti cry

Friday January 15, 2021, Rayane Bensetti was a guest of the show The secret song on TF1. Once again, it was the opportunity for him to pay tribute to the one who remains his model forever. While his friends the singers Vitaa and Kendji Girac, accompanied by his childhood friends, Moundir and Maméa, but also by his uncle Jafar, Bachir's brother, performed a song for him from the film The Lion King, the young man could not hold back his tears. "I had the chance to do Simba, in this incredible movie, so it's a dream to lend a voice to a Disney. Even more to the cartoon that carried me all my childhood. It's the first movie. that I saw… It is the first film that I saw with my father ", he said, very moved. "It's something that has followed us until today. He didn't know that I was able to do that voice in the movies. Today I'm taking Simba's skates a little and I'm trying to 'move forward like him ". Indeed, the hero of Walt Disney also had to move forward in his young adult life without his dad. A role that therefore sticks perfectly to the skin.

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