On the Touche plateau not at my post this Friday, June 10, Delphine Wespiser was taken to task by a guest, defender of bullfighting. The columnist was outraged.
The debate was once again very tense on the Touche set, not at my post. This Friday, June 10, Benjamin Castaldi and the columnists returned in particular to the controversy recently triggered by Carole Bouquet, who attended a bullfight. “She is therefore among the list of people condoning cruelty to animals. Bullfighting must be abolished”, wrote on Twitter The League of Animals, adding that “torture is not a culture”. On the plateau of Touche not at my post, two visions were in sharp opposition: that of Delphine Wespiser, defender of the animal cause and that of Yannis Ezziadi, an actor who defends bullfighting.
And the former Miss France was revolted by the words of the guest. “In 2022, we are so evolved… We are evolving absolutely on everything, and I find that these practices are from another time, began Delphine Wespiser. I think it’s not an art, it’s not my culture. And you should know that bullfighting is illegal because it is an act of cruelty. It is only allowed in bullfighting towns.” Faced with the columnist, Yannis Ezziadi lost his calm. “I wouldn’t do that to my dog because a dog is not a bull! You don’t understand anything!, replied the guest from Touche not at my post, raising his voice. You don’t know anything about animals. You talk to hunters, peasants, people from the south of France who understand bullfighting, they will laugh in your face.”
Delphine Wespiser: “What do you know of my life?”
“Because you are a city girl who understands nothing about animals”, then launched Yannis Ezziadi, beside himself. A remark that Delphine Wespiser did not like at all… “What do you know of my life?”, replied the former beauty queen, who added that she was “anything but a city car”. “We would be outraged if we pierced a cat, a dog or a horse and we did it for a bulladded the ex-Miss France on C8. The abuse is the same, it’s illegal.” And if Delphine Wespiser compares bullfighting to “cruelty”Jean-Pascal Lacoste evokes a “culture” in some French territories.