The artist suffered during his childhood because of the remarks of others. He opens up and adds that this subject is still relevant today.
In full promotion of the reissue of his album “Le Fléau, Les Vestiges du Fléau”, Gims continues the interviews. Sunday, he was on “Sept à Huit” on TF1, for the portrait of the week led by Audrey Crespo-Mara. He will talk about music, his family but also the racism he suffered.
Dadju’s big brother shares his thoughts and his incomprehension about this problem he suffered as a child. “There is no greater injustice than blaming someone for a color they did not choose,” he laments. I don’t remember choosing my color… I don’t remember waking up, at one point in my parents’ womb, there are buttons, I choose the color black. ”
The interpreter of “Saps like never” admits to having found himself confronted with insults such as “monkey”, “macaque” or “dirty black”, but the most deplorable is, for him, that these unworthy attacks are always of news years later. “What is shocking is that the jokes that have been made to me, they are still made today, to children who were my age”, he notes before pointing out a failure. “It is because there is something going on … There is a job which is not done”, he concludes.