This Wednesday, August 31, Cyril Hanouna hosts a new issue of Touche not my post. During the show, the presenter revealed that Benjamin Castaldi asked him for a large amount of money to pay off a large debt.
Benjamin Castaldi have to face serious financial problems. This Wednesday, August 31, the former host of Secret Story is in the set of Don’t touch My TV. As usual, Cyril Hanouna wanted to hold a small round table at the start of the program to find out how his columnists were doing. “Benjamin Castaldi, how are you?, the troublemaker specifically asked. To which the concerned principal replied that “in tip top shape“.”How is that in good shape? You have a lot of worries and you are in a good mood?Cyril Hanouna was then surprised, before his columnist asked him about some concerns he wanted to discuss.
“You asked me to lend you 500,000 euros”, then dropped the C8 host without a filter. A small bombshell that Benjamin Castaldi immediately wanted to justify: “It’s a debt restructuring, because I have a lot of debt”. Also on the show, Gilles Verdez wants to give some details about this famous debt. “You owe five million, and you have serviced a lot of it. There are about three million left., he said. An irritating amount that Benjamin Castaldi wants to correct. “Not so little. About two millionthus corrected Simon Castaldi’s father.
Cyril Hanouna: “if he doesn’t pay, I will pay”
Benjamin Castaldi then contacted Cyril Hanouna to return the request he made to him. “You answered the negative of this deposit I ask you kindly”, he explained. The TPMP host would like to provide some details about these exchanges: “He wants to borrow 500,000 euros and he wants me to guarantee this amount. Meaning if he doesn’t pay, I will”. But Cyril Hanouna, who does not want to see his columnist find himself in a bad situation, assured that he has not yet made his decision. “I’ll see what I can do”, he promised. “I can still get through. I will find a solution”, concluded his part Benjamin Castaldi. Hoping for him that everything will be over.