Manuel Valls, Michel Onfray, Jacques Attali, Marine Le Pen … On Twitter as on Facebook, many artists, politicians or even philosophers were keen to send a message to the singer died Wednesday.
Guy Béart died on Wednesday morning in Garches near Paris, at the age of 85. Different backgrounds personalities wished to share on social networks last respects to the singer. All agree on the vacuum that causes the artist’s death
including Manuel Valls spoke earlier this afternoon. “Guy Béart, a great singer, a piece of our popular culture, we left. With him is part of our gaiety that goes, “tweeted the prime minister.
It was followed shortly by the national secretary of the Socialist Party for Culture and senator of Paris, David Assouline. The elected posted on the social network. “Sad to hear of the death of Guy Béart, poet and popular singer, that combined harmoniously softness, cheerfulness and insolence”
Jean-Luc Romero was the one of the first to pay tribute to the interpreter of the Eau Vive . “Tribute to Guy Béart: a great poet leaves us. But his “soul” remains with us … Thoughts for his daughter Emmanuelle. RIP, “wrote the socialist regional councilor
The philosopher Michel Onfray has posted a message to the implied thinly veiled.” Hi fire Guy Béart who sang: “The first one who told the truth, it must be run “…”. As for Jacques Attali, economist expressed his respect, “Guy Béart: great artist, poet, attentive host, loyal friend.”
National Front leaders also joined in tribute. Among them, the president of the party, Marine Le Pen. “With the death of Guy Béart, this is a very big name in French song that leaves us,” she signed.
The number 2 of the FN has also reacted. Florian Philippot tweeted a few hours after the death, “Tribute to Guy Béart, a Grand French chanson, we regret”