Appointed just a month ago at rue de Valois, Rachida Dati is making many splashes. Last Friday, during the 39th edition of the Victoires de la Musique, the new Minister of Culture surprised the audience by visiting the France Télévisions OB van for a few moments. This Monday, February 12, the mayor of the 7th arrondissement did it again by participating in the rap show “DVM SHOW” (acronym for “duty, value and morality”), broadcast on the Twitch platform. If she did not rap, the former Sarkozy minister spent several minutes alongside the singers Dadju and Tayc.
“The Minister of Culture at DVM in Aulnay-sous-Bois, it’s incredible” says one of the presenters, covered by the cries of the public. Since June 2023, the “DVM SHOW” show has been inviting rappers to perform live on Twitch. In just a few months, the format has grown significantly and welcomes world-famous artists like Aya Nakamura.
Rachida Dati, all smiles in the middle of the studio, says she feels “at home” in the premises located in Aulnay-sous-Bois. Rap, “it’s a culture that speaks to an entire generation, well beyond my daughter’s generation, you also speak a little to me,” declares the minister before inviting the group of young people to the ministry of Culture to produce a show. One of the presenters then tells him: “But we make noise, you know”, to which the former magistrate responds: “A Ministry of Culture without noise is not a Ministry of Culture”. again, to the exclamations of the public.
The sequence, widely relayed on social networks, provoked the indignation of Jordan Bardella and Éric Zemmour. The president of the RN demanded on .
In July, the “DVM SHOW” hosted rapper Freeze Corleone, often accused of anti-Semitism and targeted by a preliminary investigation since February 10. Justice is particularly interested in the song Haaland, where the artist - in a duet with the rapper Luciano - seems to refer to the attack of July 14, 2016 in Nice, which left 86 dead and several hundred injured on the Promenade des Anglais. The Loire-Atlantique prefecture announced this Tuesday that it had initiated proceedings to ban the rapper's next concert, which is to be held in Nantes.
Still on true Ministry of Fine Arts and French Heritage.”