Jul reacts to the attacks of his concert in Paris, the ultra-PSG deny any involvement

Jul réagit aux attaques de son concert à Paris, les ultra du PSG démentent toute implication

Jul reacts to the violence during his concert at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris

On Wednesday 13 November 2019, fans of Jul and supporters of the OM were attacked in the middle of a concert at the AccorHotels Arena of Paris. The rapper was keen to apologise to his public for this incident occurred at a date so disastrous and the ultras of PSG were assured not to be the perpetrators of such abuses.

“I apologize for the people who have not been able to see the concert”

On Wednesday 13 November 2019, Jul occurs on the stage of the AccorHotels Arena in Paris (ex Bercy). But the concert was marred by supporters of the PSG, who came to attack fans in the show room. In his story Instagram, the rapper from marseille apologized to his audience that has been partially attacked. “Sorry for those who have not been able to return,” he advised, “anyway, I’ll be back”.

Jul réagit aux attaques de son concert à Paris, les ultra du PSG démentent toute implication

Jul touched by the fans attacked in his concert at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris : he reacts

Jul réagit aux attaques de son concert à Paris, les ultra du PSG démentent toute implication

Jul touched by the fans attacked in his concert at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris : he reacts

The artist, whose photographs of the stars who have made the sign of the result are combined on a single Twitter account has admitted to having been “disappointed for yesterday”. “Normally we are all together” has pointed out Jul, before you say one more time how much he was sorry for his fans, the injured and those who have missed the show : “I apologize again for the people who have not been able to see the concert or have you been hit”. A message tracking hashtags “especially that it serves to nothing” and “I’m the music guy”, story, to calm the tensions.

“This is the first time that there is smoke”

Nicolas Dupeux, director of the AccorHotels Arena, has also reacted to the attacks that occurred during the concert the interpreter of Tchikita. “We had had no warning of the prefecture of police of Paris,” he explained in Paris, telling that “the most important problem was held to 21 hours at the entrance of the pit. A group of 30 to 50” people happened “with a clear objective to fight with the fans of the OM (…) They are mixed with 300-400 people waiting outside and have created a movement of the crowd. 15 to 30 people were able to get out to get into the room, breaking barriérages and forcing the doors”.

“The fights, some of them pretty violent, which have taken place in the room, are due to disruptors who had a ticket. The attacks of fans with jerseys marseille are a national disgrace” he said, “but there was no gun, knife, pair of scissors, sticks, in the room. Our system of pat-downs and metal detectors worked”. For more security, Nicolas Dupeux requested “from the 22 hours that the counters of beverages (…) should be closed. But we never considered stopping the show, because it was not in danger. It was an evening of hot but not panic”.

The other problem, what are fumigants. “This is the first time that there was smoke in our room. This is a known problem in the stadiums, which is beginning to happen in the concert halls and arenas on the concerts of rap and that concerns us all. We take this subject very seriously, and exchange between officials of halls and stages,” he said, “It is not easy to detect. Has the AccorHotels Arena, we are taking steps to ensure that the pat-downs are more extensive”. He assured : “We will file a claim for this damage. But these people sometimes encagoulées were quickly mastered and expelled from the room”.

The UPC denies any involvement in the violence

For its part, the Collective Ultras Paris (CUP) has assured on Twitter to be there to nothing in these assaults at concert Jul : “We strongly condemn these actions and we removed it without the slightest ambiguity”.

“Following the emergence of accusations and dubious shortcuts on the social networks, we would like to deny any involvement of the UPC in the events at Bercy yesterday,” have they even wrote, “We will not be liable to riots caused in a concert on the simple fact that the perpetrators were dressed in a shirt of the PSG”.

They even added that “as each November 13 since that sad night of 2015 has cast a shadow on Paris and France, the CUP had given rendez-vous place de la République for a march meant to pay tribute to the victims (…) It would never be come to mind to cause chaos in a concert hall, an evening of 13 November”.

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