DJ Snake in Daily life : French artist admits to have blocked his mother on Instagram
“You speak often of your mother, it is important. It follows you on social networks, and it puts the comments !” said Yann Barthes, before DJ Snake admits : “Lately I’ve blocked on Instagram”. After you have laughed at this revelation, it is explained about the reason that prompted her to block her mother on the social network : “The problem is that when there are people who insulted me, there she goes”, “she reads the comments and she defends !”. “The poor, it hurts !” he even confided.
DJ Snake, an artist close to his family
Despite his millions of records sold around the world, and their fame wherever he goes, the French DJ remained close to his mother. “My mother supported me and worked hard for me spinning a bit of money for my first turntables, I was very young, I believed it, my mother has believed, has supported me” he told Mouloud Achour in Clicks in September 2019, “With the benefit of hindsight, she let me believe in my dreams and today the dream continues”.
DJ Snake has also assured to be close to his “family” and “friends”. It is thanks to all his loved ones if DJ Snake has not “twisted”. “I’ve had the chance to drill a little late,” he also recalled, “because someone that goes to 20 years with all of that, with all the success, the love, the hate, because it comes with”, “the money, the exposure”, “I think that person can handle it all”. He who had reacted to the death of Avicii, stressing the “enormous pressure” of the stars of the music has added : “If you’re not strong and you haven’t people around you that you bring back to real life, I think you’re flying away and you have fun for the next single to not walk”.
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