the rant of Cyril Féraud, shocked by a false headline from a people magazine

the rant of Cyril Féraud, shocked by a false headline from a people magazine

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This Friday August 12, Cyril Féraud discovered a cover of the magazine France Sunday which handles confusion and even turns out to be a lie. Outraged, he made his exasperation known on Twitter.

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Here is a cover that does not have more, but then not at all, to Cyril Feraud. In recent days, the host of France 3 has put his summer vacation on hold for a short time. This in order to box the program devoted to the interceltic festival of Lorient, where he went, with a view to a broadcast scheduled for this Sunday, August 14. This mission was accomplished and he was able to leave yesterday on the road to the sun. But a new element, unforeseen and completely beyond his control, puts him in a rage this time. Blame it on the magazine France Sundaywhich released its last issue this Friday, August 12. And what do we discover? A catchy title, which challenges: “So young, so beautiful, what an injustice… A crushing cancer”. This “information” was associated with the name and photo of the handsome boy from slam. This one sits right in the center, in large size.

Cyril Féraud offended by the method of a famous celebrity magazine

Problem: Cyril Féraud is not at all suffering from a serious illness. It is in fact a vile association altogether misleading. We indeed discover inside the magazine that the paper devoted to the subject recounts the friendship that linked the host to the late singer Daniel Lévi and quite simply interprets the reaction of sadness of this first. Except that the title used and the photo create confusion suggest that it was he who was diagnosed with cancer. A way of attracting the attention of readers that makes him scream. On Twitter, he claims: “Waking up to see this… EVERYTHING suggests that I am seriously ill. They are actually talking about the tragic disappearance of Daniel Lévi. We may know the tricks of this kind of magazine, but that’s not all less traumatic. Thoughts to Daniel Lévi”.

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Internet users shocked, they show him their solidarity

This offended comment then sparked the ire of Internet users, who in turn have no taste for methods of France Sunday and support Cyril Féraud. “Mind-blowing! These magazines use situations in a hateful way! They’re bad dreams on paper! The main thing is the truth & taking care of yourself”writes one of them. “What a shame that we do this to you Cyril, don’t hesitate to file a complaint. Thank God you don’t have cancer Cyril, and fortunately you are in good health! Great thought for Daniel Lévi who left us and who was a great artist”adds another anonymous.

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