Slimane returns to the columns of Paris Match on the murder of his roommate to whom he dedicates a song, Do not leave me.
Slimane and Vitaa resumed their journey
Today, they have resumed their journey individually. Slimane has just released a cover of Belle, the hit of the musical Our Lady from Paris, with Dadju and Gims. While Vitaa resumed with Camelia Jordana and Amel Bent a hit from her friend Diam’s. But their beautiful friendship still exists and, in an interview with Paris-Match this Thursday, the singer says she is “exasperated” by what is said in her relationship with Slimane. Moreover, the two artists remain very close and do not exclude the possibility of performing together again. For his part, in the same magazine, Slimane returns in particular on the episodes of his life which influenced his music: from his love stories, to the racism and homophobia of which he was a victim …
Slimane talks about his roommate and friend, “brutally murdered in a park“
Slimane also said a few words about a painful event: the murder of his friend and roommate. “He was brutally murdered in a park“, entrusts Slimane at Paris Match. The singer even wrote a song in tribute to his friend, Do not leave me. “I trusted life. / But I understood that it was worth nothing when Abdoulaye left. / I don’t have time to pay attention to the shit you spit out. / I have too much for my mother to accomplish for you to know. / I cried when I bought him his house. / I cried when I wrote this song”, Sings Slimane. This episode that Slimane will never forget, also allowed him to move forward. “Sometimes we get lost… I’m lucky to never pick up because I have this light, friends and I’m happy. I have seen too many people let themselves die from drugs or bad company. I am a staunch defender of life. My worst fear would be to come to the end and say to myself: “You did not live ”.”
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