This Sunday, November 13, Michel Sardou was invited to the France 2 program “8:30 p.m. on Sunday”.
Michel Sardou is without filter. Guest of the France 2 program “8:30 p.m. on Sunday”, the 75-year-old singer spoke about his relationship to the past.
“I had good memories, but it was as bad before as today, he said. There were strikes, there was war, there were money problems.”
Against scooters and bicycles
“Well, we weren’t bored on the highways: we could drive at the speed we wanted”, he nuanced, delivering an opinion that was to say the least clear-cut modern traffic.
And to conclude in freewheel: “There weren’t the scooters that really broke them. And there weren’t the bikes that I can’t stand. They run all the red lights. The next one, I’m doing it!”