Michel Sardou considers paying “too much tax” and reveals his heritage
He is a guest that we are not used to seeing on the set of Cyril Hanouna. Michel Sardou was present for the return of Touche Pas to Mon Poste on Monday June 29 and as usual, he did not go out of his way on the subjects he did not like. He mentioned it his heritage, deploring paying too much tax in France, as noted Current wife.
Not always convenient Michel Sardou! While that’s his charm to some, there are thorny topics best avoided over a celebratory meal with the famous singer. It’s to open the new season, and maybe announce the color of the editorial line of the year, that Michel Sardou sat around the table of TPMP columnists.
Michel Sardou considers paying too much tax
As Internet users point out, Michel Sardou has not changed: he is still without waffle. As the show wants, the singer was asked about the news and it is better not to talk to him about Jean-Luc Mélenchon! And for good reason, the leader of France Insoumise had suggested to Michel Sardou leaving France if he becomes Prime Minister. ” Imagine the guy, he thinks we’re going to get some dough in the Caribbean. I have two things: a house in Normandy and an apartment in Paris… And a Porsche,” adds the interpreter ofBe a woman. And yes, the artist should not be launched on just any subject!
The singer takes the opportunity to remind that he pays his taxes in France. ” I’m not a thief, I’ve never had a problem, I’ve never been pissed off. So I pay far too much tax in my opinion, that I say frankly. But on the other hand, I also earn a lot of wheat, so I have to pay taxes. So I don’t mind. »
Michel Sardou, annoyed on social issues and by Jean-Luc Mélenchon
Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s remark still does not pass for Michel Sardou. ” I’m not leaving… It’s not because Mélenchon will be Prime Minister. And it never will be… Me alive. I will not hide my wheat. If France becomes what Mélenchon is, who since his return from South America has been chanting ‘La Revolucion, la Revolucion…’ We don’t need to hold demonstrations right now, to e**erd people who work. There’s no need to add to it, he’s promoting the revolution, that’s good for Colombia, but we’re not in Colombia. » That has the merit of being clear.
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