"New life, the new beginning". In a post posted on Monday at Instagram, former "The Voice" candidate, Mennel Ibtissem, who has since embarked on a musical career, announces that he has married in the United States and that he is even installed.
"I wanted to share this important step in my life," she wrote. I got married and settled in Denver, Colorado. It is not easy to change everything, my country, my friends, my activities … But obviously this change helps me to discover a little more what I am capable of. Change is frightening at first, but it makes you so proud of you. "
TF1's characters discovered this young singer in February, when he took over the song "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen in English and Arabic. Internet users then exhumed the controversial tweets published by the young woman two years earlier about the attacks in Nice and Saint-Etienne-de-Rouvray.
READ AND>Intimidated by death, the former candidate at The Voice Mennel responds to Instagram
His repeated apology was not the end of the controversy, and the singer, in accord with the channel and production "The Voice," made the decision to leave the show. This did not prevent him from speaking at a strictly musical level in the coming months. He has released a first single, "Je pars mais je t" aime "in May, then one second," I Feel ", in September. Then at the beginning of November, he sang in the first part of the Marsilia rapper, L 'Algérino, Olympia, Paris and Deme in Marseille.
At 23, Mennel does not intend to close, despite his expatriation. An album is still in the pipeline, says LCI, who contacted his entourage. It should be released in 2019.