Sophie Tapie talks about Laurence Boccolini’s past as a battered woman live on France 2

This Sunday, May 1, Michel Drucker received Sophie Tapie in “Vivement dimanche dimanche”. The singer was present on set to promote the reissue of her album “1988”, renamed “1988 reborn from its ashes”. A disc with new titles in which the daughter of Bernard Tapie speaks without taboo, of several sensitive subjects.

In the song “Le Phoenix”, Sophie Tapie notably evokes the extraordinary destiny of her famous dad and his fight against illness. “Unfortunately, cancer really is the disease of the century. It was important to me to make a song about it, and try to give courage. When one is touched by cancer, the family is too. It’s a very long process, of assimilation, of false hopes, but my father always had this thing of giving people courage” explains the young woman.

Sophie Tapie talks about Laurence Boccolini’s past as a battered woman
In this album, Sophie Tapie, who had participated in “The Voice” in 2012, does not hesitate to address another sensitive subject: that of domestic violence. Faced with Michel Drucker, the young woman of 34 years explains: I surrounded myself with people who have experienced this traumato try to be as fair as possible”.

Among the people who participated in this project, we find Laurence Boccolini who signs an appearance in the video clip. “She’s a former battered woman. I called on her” reveals Sophie Tapie.

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