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"I love taking care of the puppets": Cyril Hanouna threatens Tristan Waleckx in "Don't Touch My Job"

2023-12-07T21:27:15.202Z

Highlights: "He has completely appropriated the audience success of 'Complement', for him nothing to do with me," says C8 host Cyril Hanouna in "Touche pas à mon poste" Tonight, the journalist offers a new issue dedicated to the actor Gérard Depardieu, the first excerpts of which are already provoking indignation. "He's a genius, but what a fool! I'll take care of it tomorrow, I'll give him a call. He knows very well that if he runs into me, it's going to go badly for him," he says.


VIDEO - The troublemaker of C8 doesn't seem to appreciate that Tristan Waleckx brags about the audience success of "Complement".


"Tristan Waleckx, he continues to talk about us everywhere," says Cyril Hanouna tonight in "Touche pas à mon poste". "He has completely appropriated the audience success of 'Complement', for him nothing to do with me," says the host, who is already preparing his response. He may forget to mention that he too is in loop on the investigative magazine of France 2 since the broadcast of the issue dedicated to him.

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If in their comments, viewers seemed disappointed, there were nevertheless more than 3 million in front of their screens last Thursday. A record for Tristan Waleckx's show, which boasts today on Franceinfo: "We were delighted with this audience success. I see that he (Cyril Hanouna) is very worried about it. He claims this success, whereas for us, it is a success not of Cyril Hanouna, but of "Complement". The last time he came for an interview on the public service, he had 200,000 viewers. People, if they watched this survey, it was because they were hungry for the truth." Tonight, the journalist offers a new issue dedicated to the actor Gérard Depardieu, the first excerpts of which are already provoking indignation.

I'm going to call him tomorrow and I'm going to tell him something that's going to stop him dead in his tracks

Cyril Hanouna in "TPMP"

"He's a genius, but what a fool! I'll take care of it tomorrow, I'll give him a call. He knows very well that if he runs into me, it's going to go badly for him," says Cyril Hanouna in an angry tone. "If I read you the text messages he sends me, that's not what he's saying at all. In front of me, he's shitting on himself." As the reading of these famous live messages could be challenged in court, Cyril Hanouna renounced his ambition and only made a brief summary of them: "He is only sucking me".

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"I'm going to call him tomorrow and I'm going to tell him something that's going to stop him in his tracks. He doesn't know that he may be investigating, but my investigations are much stronger than his. I've got some big info. It's a real puppet. But I love taking care of the puppets," he continues in "Don't Touch My Job."

New threats

A tone reminiscent of the threats he had already made against the investigative magazine. "This 'Further Investigation', you're going to see, they're going to do it. It will be the end of 'Further Investigation' behind because I'm going to stick my nose in it and you know that when I stick my nose in somewhere, usually, I often blow everything up," he said on May 22.

In September, Cyril Hanouna also announced preparing an investigation on France Télévisions, in collaboration with Jacques Cardoze, a new recruit among the columnists and former presenter of "Complement".

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Source: lefigaro

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