On a recent episode of 'Complément d'enquête' aired on France 2, prominent TV host Cyril Hanouna found himself under the microscope. The show examined the inner workings of Hanouna's own programme, 'Touche pas à mon poste'. Hanouna, known for his outspokenness, didn't take lightly to the investigation, especially when a familiar face contributed to the probe.
Former Collaborator Under Fire
Thierry Moreau, a former colleague of Hanouna for seven years, was part of the investigation. Hanouna expressed his dissatisfaction with Moreau's involvement, igniting a wave of responses. Moreau later appeared on 'C Média' on France 5, downplaying the significance of his contribution to the investigation and the subsequent reaction it triggered.
Unconfirmed Investigation and Sarcastic Reactions
Adding to the drama, journalist Marine Turchi hinted at a potential investigation against Hanouna by Médiapart. However, Turchi emphasised that such investigations would only be acknowledged post-publication. The situation took a lighter turn as a sarcastic comment surfaced suggesting Moreau should receive police protection from Hanouna. The comment depicted Hanouna as a 'dangerous character' known in the underworld, amplifying the dramatic undertone of the situation.
Hanouna's Response to the Investigation
In response to the 'Complément d’enquête' episode, Hanouna didn't merely respond but orchestrated a counter-offensive. He called Delphine Ernotte, the Director General of France Télévisions, live on air and hosted a round table with his columnists. The panel was arranged to critique 'Complément d'Enquête', showcasing Hanouna's characteristic panache and providing a direct insight into his reaction to the media investigation.