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People: Brigitte Bardot, Polnareff and "Yellow Waistcoats" – The World



Former Actress Brigitte Bardot, Singer Michel Polnareff and rapper Kaaris, among some other celebrities, have recently given their support to the "yellow waistcoats".

On Wednesday, in the middle of the afternoon, Brigitte Bardot posted her a photo of Twitter on her account, where she wears a yellow waistcoat, both high up next to her white Renault 4L positioned at the entrance of La Madrague to his home in Saint-Tropez.

"With you!", The President of the Animal Protection Fund, who is his name, has posted a signature. Next to the vehicle, one of his dogs – Griffon "E.T" – also wears a yellow waistcoat.

"I support Yellow West," said Michel Polnareff in an interview with Paris. "I am very respectful of their cause, I'm sad and frustrated," added the singer, who released her first album on Friday for nearly 30 years.

Repera Kaarice, who was sentenced to 18 months in prison and fined some € 50,000 after his fight at Orlé with his opponent, Booba, also supported this movement in his account, Instagram, who put yellow waistcoats.

"The message for the yellow waistcoats and all who suffer. We have to be with you, we are good to them. We have to find something. I talk to my friends," the actor and comedian Frank Duboste said Tuesday.

The RTL singer Pierre Peré also stated that he was alongside the "yellow vestments", like comedian Arnaud Ducret on Facebook.

The TV comedian and host Patrick Sebastien condemned CNews for his "split" between the elite and the most disadvantaged, considering that "yellow waistcoats" were not sufficiently taken into account.

The director of the Toulouse Biglfo & Oli video said they were blocked on a Saturday with a "Yellow Wedding" barrage and they were forced to admit themselves to the protesters, but they joined the theater concert in Amneville (Moselle).

"They are good to let us go, in exchange for a home country. We will do it, suddenly, for the concert," explained Bigflo's video posted on Twitter. Without direct support, Cyril Hanouna has given him a lot of "yellow waistcoats" in his "Touch not my job" C8. (AFP / NXP)

Created: November 28, 2012 at 22:29


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