“I don’t care”: in debt, Benjamin Castaldi makes a big update on his financial worries

"I don't care": in debt, Benjamin Castaldi makes a big update on his financial worries

Violently criticized on social networks after having openly spoken of his financial troubles, Benjamin Castaldi wished to react this September 16 on the set of TPMP, in complete transparency.

At the turn of a joke from Cyril Hanouna, on August 29, explaining that Benjamin Castaldi had asked him to lend himself a guarantee of 500,000 euros, France discovered the abyssal financial problems of the host of the Loft. On the TPMP set on September 6, he explained that he was “at the end of his financial life” if he did not honor one of his commitments on September 21.

Benjamin Castaldi “The critics, I dab the coquillard with a cake shovel”

“It’s dead, I will be at the end of my financial life in a fortnight, it doesn’t matter. It will be cessation of payment. Money when there is more, there is more”, he explained on September 6 before spoofing Cyril Hanouna with a wink“I have a deadline that I will not be able to honor because I have a friend who offered me a deposit that he did not give me”. A week later, Benjamin Castaldi had not only not found a solution, but also appreciated the rain of criticism received since his confidences. If he does not regret having spoken, he assures that he never complained “I am absolutely not complaining and indeed, it is indecent, with all that the French know, that one can think that I come to tell things which are indecent with sums that I have manipulated, managed and earned with my work and my talent. I did what I wanted. After the moral lessons, I dab the coquillard with a cake shovel.

Benjamin Castaldi “I was lucky enough to live like 0.001% of people in France. Apart from Cyril, no one lived like me”

The host recognizes it, he lived an extraordinary life, which few French people could afford and that is why he wished to recall that he was not complaining but simply explaining the facts:“I was lucky enough to live like 0.001% of people in France. Apart from Cyril, no one lived like me” he acknowledged, before adding “I had a very good life. If I died tomorrow, I would have had an extraordinary life. I had incredible moments, I had great career moments. I had some money, less money. I was broke at 20, a millionaire at 35, re-ruined at 45, and I’ll be a millionaire in five years.” Optimistic, but nevertheless on the verge of cessation of payments, Benjamin Castaldi did not however show himself to be defeatist in the face of his situation, assuring that “Everything will be alright.” No regrets for the son of the illustrious Jean-Pierre Castaldi, he knows that he used the money unreasonably, and was able to count on Valerie Benaim to support him “Benjamin, he has too big a heart, when he loves you, he shows it to you, he can’t help it”and other columnists on set to acknowledge her transparency and courage for daring to ask for help while putting aside her pride. “Finally, hearing your story is a message of prevention” estimated Delphine Wespiser, “It shows that you shouldn’t do anything with money, it’s pretty good.” In every bad experience there is ultimately some good to remember…

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