Diams accused of having a career thanks to her skin color. She reacts

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Canal + has broadcast on twitter for a few days an excerpt from the documentary “Reines, pour l’Amour du rap” about the success of the former French rapper Diam’s . In this film, the floor was given to different French rappers who shared their point of view on this style of music and also spoke about the success of the interpreter of ” Ma France à moi ” . And the comments made about it caused a great controversy which obviously did not fail to attract the attention of the main implicated.

“She became Diam’s because she is white”

Directed by Guillaume Genton , the documentary “Queens, for the love of rap” featured five rappers including Chilla, Davinhor, Bianca Costa, Le Juiice, and Vicky R. For four days, they teamed up to record an unreleased track . They also returned to several subjects, including the evolution of French rap, their personal experiences and many other elements. And during the exchanges, one of them, notably Le Juiice, shared her analysis of Diams’ career. An analysis that the channel posted on the social network to the blue bird, causing a major controversy.

In the published sequence, we could hear the rapper declare at first: “The best rapper in France, it was a white, it was Diam’s” . She goes on to say: “And she walked, she became Diam’s because she is white” . Statements that obviously did not share the rapper Chilla who tried to contradict her by declaring in turn: “she still had a hell of a pen”.

An answer to which Le Juiice retorted by explaining: “Don’t make me say what I didn’t say. She is very strong, and she succeeded because she is very strong, but also because she has an unmistakable argument, which is that she is white ”. Subsequently, she adds by way of conclusion: “The French popu is white, and they will feel more represented by a white than by a black, and that is normal. You just have to be honest and not hypocritical. France’s problem is that she is very hypocritical ”.

Words that immediately ignited the web. If some support the rapper of Ivorian origin in her analysis, others on the other hand do not accept the fact that she reduces the great career of Diams to her skin color, rather than to her talent.

Canal+ a diffusé depuis quelques jours sur twitter un extrait du documentaire « Reines, pour l’amour du rap » au sujet du succès de l’ancienne rappeuse française Diam’s. Dans ce film, la parole a été donnée à différentes rappeuses françaises qui ont partagé leur point de vue sur ce style de musique et se sont aussi prononcées sur le succès de l’interprète de ‘’Ma France à moi’’. Et les propos tenus au sujet de celle-ci ont entrainé une grande polémique qui n’a bien évidemment pas manqué d’attirer l’attention de la principale mise en cause.

« elle est devenue Diam’s parce qu’elle est blanche »

Directed by Guillaume Genton , the documentary “Queens, for the love of rap” featured five rappers including Chilla, Davinhor, Bianca Costa, Le Juiice, and Vicky R. For four days, they teamed up to record an unreleased track . They also returned to several subjects, including the evolution of French rap, their personal experiences and many other elements. And during the exchanges, one of them, notably Le Juiice, shared her analysis of Diams’ career. An analysis that the channel posted on the social network to the blue bird, causing a major controversy.

In the published sequence, we could hear the rapper declare at first: “The best rapper in France, it was a white, it was Diam’s” . She goes on to say: “And she walked, she became Diam’s because she is white” . Statements that obviously did not share the rapper Chilla who tried to contradict her by declaring in turn: “she still had a hell of a pen”.

An answer to which Le Juiice retorted by explaining: “Don’t make me say what I didn’t say. She is very strong, and she succeeded because she is very strong, but also because she has an unmistakable argument, which is that she is white ”. Subsequently, she adds by way of conclusion: “The French popu is white, and they will feel more represented by a white than by a black, and that is normal. You just have to be honest and not hypocritical. France’s problem is that she is very hypocritical ”.

Words that immediately ignited the web. If some support the rapper of Ivorian origin in her analysis, others on the other hand do not accept the fact that she reduces the great career of Diams to her skin color, rather than to her talent.

Diam’s reacts to Le Juiice’s analysis

Although absent from the music scene since 2012, Mélanie Georgiades of her real name is still not on the sidelines of the news concerning French rap. Following the statements of the young rapper Le Juiice, she wanted to respond. So on Twitter, a few hours ago, she shared a very short message , but full of meaning .

One can read in particular: “Salam. Peace “. Two very deep words which invite in particular to peace . By this message, the interpreter of “Young lady” shows her intention not to clash or indulge in long polemical speeches. Instead, she prefers to let everyone make their own opinion on the subject.

Remember that Diam’s is an icon of French rap. She is one of those who have evolved this style of music. With four albums and several successful singles to her credit, she marked the rap scene for many years. Since the end of her career, Mélanie Georgiades has led a family life far from rhinestones and sequins. She devotes herself only to her family life, but also to her association  Big up project.

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