This Thursday, January 12, 2023, Hoshi pushed a real cry of pain on swe have a twitter account. At the end, the singer shared countless homophobic messages that she can receive on social networks. Exhausted by the legal process, she calls on the government for help. Before it’s too late.
Hoshi cries out his suffering on social media
Hoshi is exhausted, to say the least. It must be said that since March 2020, the young woman has suffered an uninterrupted wave of cyberbullying. At that time, when the Victoires de la Musique ceremony, she kisses one of her dancers.
Since then, she has been the target of homophobic, misogynistic, grossophobic messages, as well as death threats. A campaign that cost the young woman dearly, both psychologically and physically, who confides:
I received thousands of them. It has prevented me from living fully for 3 years. I lived a psychological and physical hell: 28 days of ITT. I was scared every time I went on stage, scared of being attacked, I’ve never been out on the street alone since, I lost 10 kilos.
This isn’t the first time Hoshi has spoken out on the subject. But this time, it’s too much. The young woman has started legal proceedings, but her lawyer has showered her hopes of justice. Indeed, the latter announced to him that only one person will potentially be summoned to a trial in June. An incomprehensible situation for the young woman, who explains that she has lost faith in French justice.
The singer asks for help from the government
Today, Hoshi appeals to the government for help. She wishes someone would do something before it’s too late:
Save us while there’s still time, don’t wait for things to end badly before taking an interest in the files. Justice surely lacks means but I have the impression that the State lets it die.
Emmanuel Macron and his government will they hear the cry of despair of a young woman at the end?
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