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Bigflo and Oli angry with Vald? The duo speaks on the rapper's controversial sentence

Bigflo and Oli angry with Vald? The duo speak out on the controversial phrase du rappeur

This Wednesday, June 22, Bigflo and Oli were the guests of Léa Salamé on France Inter. The opportunity for the duo to return to their relationship with Vald.

This Wednesday, June 22, Léa Salamé invited on the set of France Inter, Bigflo and Oli. The opportunity for the two brothers to make many confidences. Thus, the duo explained the reason why they needed a break from their careers, when they are not even 30 years old. “We went on, we did five years non-stop“, said Bigflo, whose real name is Florian. His brother added, “It was mostly a media break. We quickly returned to the studio. We needed to become authors again and dedicate ourselves to writing.Furthermore, Bigflo and Oli needed to reunite and rebuild their relationship as “brothers“, which had somewhat crumbled with success.

A success like that is difficult to live with in certain aspects. Oli and I are still very different when it comes to the relationship with the public. Oli likes to go see people, I'm a soulless monster” joked Florian, before continuing: “I'm more shy, more reserved, I tire more quickly. Olivio added, “There's also this relationship of brothers becoming office mates because we're together all the time.” To solve their problems, they even did four-way therapy , with their two shrinks.And today, the duo is back in better shape than ever with a brand new album entitled “Les autres c’est nous”.

Bigflo and Oli feat Vald

During this interview granted to France Inter, Bigflo and Oli also returned to their relationship with rapper Vald. The latter had pronounced a polemical sentence which was not to the taste of the two artists. “Rap must be vulgar, otherwise it’s Bigflo and Oli“, Vald said. Despite everything, he did a feat in their album and the duo assured that it’s a guy they liked a lot. However, they clarified: “Afterwards it’s true that we have two ways of approaching rap, but we always got along well, even when he said this sentence. They're convinced, “it wasn't mean in his mind”. The brother duo then wanted to conclude: “It’s just that there are several raps, there are currents in the middle, a bit like rock in its infancy. A beautiful state of mind.

Teilor Stone
Teilor Stonehttps://thesaxon.org
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my [email protected] 1-800-268-7116

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