Sandro Grande emotional: “Armes ti-minou,” said Sophie Durocher

Sandro Grande emotional: “Armes ti-minou,” said Sophie Durocher

We can’t say that Sandro Grande will find much comfort on Sophie Durocher’s shoulder, and the QUB Radio presenter was very clear on Thursday at the microphone of Benoît Dutrizac.

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“Was he tempted to repent before he sent his tweet?” she asked.

Dutrizac didn’t show his compassionate side today either (yes he does). Had the CF Montreal Flash coach realized his mistake, things would have been very different for him.

“If he had said, ‘I fuck the company that opened their arms to their parents and maybe I’m an idiot,’ we would have thought he would have understood,” said the seething animator.

Sophie Durocher recalled that Quebec society is a place where freedom of expression is very important and that it gives us the right to discuss any issue without fear of reprisals. But wishing someone dead is a whole different story.

“He wove the rope with which he hanged himself,” said the innkeeper.

We can say that if Sancho Grande was hoping to calm the grumblings towards him, it wasn’t at QUB Radio that he achieved his goal.