Christophe Willem guest of France 2 “Fête de la Musique” promised to delight his fans, and was glad to see him again at the front of the stage. His career was a great revenge for the artist who lived a difficult childhood between mourning and bullying at school.
“We must fight this silence that hurts and destroys, rebuilding takes years. Let us fight the silence of those who are gradually moving from witnesses to partners.” This is what Christoph Willem said in 2019 on Twitter, in response to an article about bullying at school. The singer, who became famous thanks to “La Nouvelle Star” in 2006, has always made fighting bullying at school one of his hobbies. It must be said that, like many children, his education was marked by insults and bullying that were difficult to bear for the weak child he was.
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The Hard Years of Christophe Willem
Very early on, the translator of “Double Je” was captivated by the violence that he was a victim of during his youth. In 2012, he was a guest on Frederic Lopez’s show “La Parenthèse Unexpected”, passionately speaking about the way he feels at odds with others: “I was different,” he admitted. facing the camera. “I already had a voice, it sounded like Castafiore. Then, we’ll understand I’m not Rambo. So obviously I was really polite.”
However, on the playground, the difference does not always turn out well, and children can be especially naughty, and even violent. “Actually, you attracted the hatred of people my age (…) It was a far cry. You could be offended.’…”
He deplores the failure of some adults to do any work
On June 20, 2022, Christophe Willem was a guest on France Bleu’s Dans le Rétro. The opportunity to come back again to the topic of violence in school…and the lack of reaction from adults and teachers: “I really experienced bullying in school very violently. But the most violent thing is not so much because we are all alike in total immaturity at the time, it’s the lack of The reaction of the adults around him. Which is very violent.” Moreover, for him, repeating a semester in college was a real nightmare: “It was not repeating a year that was a nightmare, it was a nightmare to stay another year.”
A difficult period, but it prompted him to protect himself, to form a real coincidence. “It’s true that this set me apart a lot. Today, I’m in a very independent mood because I had to face things on my own, because there was no adult to take me defensively. It’s true that sometimes, in the way I work, I’m very independent because when I feel like I’m dependent On others, it’s just too hard for me.”
A childhood marked by drama
Especially since school bullying isn’t the only tragedy that marked Christoph Willem’s childhood. When the singer was only 6 years old, he lost his grandfather who was close to him in a very brutal way. He told Swiss newspaper Le Matin: “My great-grandfather’s shock was my grandfather’s death. I was six and we left on December 31. We were at my grandmother’s with the family, and we went from laughing to crying.” Drama followed by years of school bullying, which could have had disastrous effects on his mental health, even if today he could find the recipe for happiness.
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