For the second time in six months, the former columnist of “Touche pas à mon poste!” expressed his disagreement with the journalist after comments made by the latter on the C8 talk show.
“I come across “TPMP” and I see a guy with gray hair who says: “Homophobic chants are not a big deal. It is up to parents to educate their children”. He adds : “Dirty niggers, that would have been unacceptable.” Poor uneducated bastard! » It was last September 26 on the sidelines of an issue of ” Do not touch My TV! » Matthieu Delormeau reacted, without naming him, to the comments made by Jacques Cardoze about the fans’ chants heard during the football match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille.
That evening on C8, the former communications director of Olympique de Marseille explained that the unpleasant chants heard in football stadiums had been part of popular folklore for years but, nevertheless, supporters should “clean up their own songs”. “Homophobia is a crime and, because of guys like him, some people think homophobia is a debate”had added Matthew Delormeau on his social networks.
“You will stop saying anything, otherwise I will sue you for defamation”
Jacques Cardoze to Matthieu Delormeau
The former “TPMP” columnist once again expressed his disagreement with Jacques Cardoze on Sunday evening via his X account following Loana’s appearance on the C8 show. Last Monday, the winner of the first season of “Loft Story” came to talk about a sexual assault of which she had been a victim and had the greatest difficulty expressing herself. “Are you talking like that on purpose? »the journalist then asked him.
“I have a question: who is this huge redneck who shames men and proves women right. Yes, there are still people like him in 2024”wrote Matthieu Delormeau after recounting the sequence with Loana. “I think that nuance is not your thing and that you have major problems understandingJacques Cardoze replied Monday morning. Another possibility: you do it on purpose to exist. So you’re going to stop talking nonsense, otherwise I’ll sue you for defamation. »
After having re-explained to Matthieu Delormeau his reasoning on the subject of homophobic chants in the stands of football stadiums, the journalist concluded: “I’ve done a lot more in dozens of reports than you with your three poor tweets.”