“Your embittered facho speech is tiring”

A user violently attacked Omar Sy on Instagram. The star of Lupin on Netflix reframed him and advised him to stop following him on the social network.

Lupine: in the shadow of Arsene, the series starring Omar Sy as a disciple of the gentleman burglar, is one of Netflix’s biggest hits. Its eagerly awaited season 2 will land on the platform on June 11. The French actor was the guest of 8:30 p.m. on Sunday to evoke the series. He took the opportunity to welcome the return of Karim Benzema to the French team. He shared on his Instagram account the small teaser posted by the channel with some images of the new season to come. “Lupine is the first French series to enter the top 5 of the world series. After the international success of season 1 last January, part 2 of Lupin will be available from June 11 “, can we read on this publication. It was obviously not to everyone’s taste.

Omar Sy’s response validated by internet users

Among all the enthusiastic comments received by the post, one denoted. “Go put your knees on the ground with your fist and raise you c **** on France for my part I boycott you on everything”, wrote a particularly uplifted hater. An extreme point of view, which did not impress the star of‘Untouchables, who answered him very calmly in comment. “Start by stopping to follow me already, and then your embittered facho speech is tiring, good nap”, he retorted. “You boycott him so much that you follow him! Your message is useless and it is not welcome! Goodbye”, posted a fan in support of the actor. This subscriber d‘Omar Sy obviously did not appreciate the recent positions taken by the latter, who does not hesitate to react on topical issues.

Statements by the actor that caused controversy

In June 2020, the 43-year-old comedian wrote an open letter denouncing police violence. He was reacting to the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in the United States, who was reviving in France the memory of the Adama TraorĂ© case. He had confided in the Guardian on the consequences that this open letter had had on his career. “Most people who have read it have understood it. Some don’t. There are those who said they would no longer watch my films in France. I knew, at the time I wrote it, that it would affect my career, but I had to do it. I had to do it. Given my notoriety in France, I had to say something to young men who look like me“, declared the one who revealed to mock the criticisms he receives on social networks. Comments to be compared to those of the hateful message he received.

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