Jean-Claude Camus post an amazing photo of the funeral of Johnny Hallyday Gala

Entertainment 19 December, 2017


At the funeral of Johnny Hallyday in the cemetery of Lorient, Saint Barthelemy, a large black bird flew over the ceremony. For some relatives, it was the sign of the presence of the rocker at their sides. Jean-Claude Camus, present at the funeral, has immortalized this time before posting it on the social networks.

Jean-Claude Camus is very proven by the death of Johnny Hallyday, who died on the 6th of December last at the age of 74 years. It has been his producer and friend for nearly 35 years. Deeply bruised, and it was with Laeticia and daughters during the tribute popular rendering rockeuren the church of the Madeleine in Paris on the 8th of December last. He subsequently was one of 35 followers of the rocker to board the Boeing 757 in the direction of the island of St. Martin for the funeral of Johnny Hallyday in the cemetery of Lorient, Saint Barthelemy.

All dressed in white, as requested by Laeticia, friends and family of the famous rocker gone to him a last homage, in complete privacy. The coffin of the singer arrived, escorted by many bikers. A ceremony that was very moving, where Laeticia, without Jade and Joy has been able to count on the support of Laura Smet et David Hallyday.

During the ceremony, a large black bird hovered above the cemetery of Lorient. Some saw this as a sign of the presence of Johnny Hallyday at their sides. Present on the premises, Jean-Claude Camus has captured the moment and posted it on his account Instagram. The volatile black appears in the foreground. In commentary, former manager of Johnny Hallyday excuse not to be able to respond to all solicitations. He concludes with his words, in a tribute to his friend : “Thank you for your love for Johnny “.

Sorry to not be able to answer all the questions that you ask me and not communicate with my phone . You are at this time 2.900 to send me your messages that touch me a lot . Thank you for your understanding, Thank you for your love for Johnny ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

A post shared by Jean-Claude Camus (@jccamus1000) on Dec 14, 2017 at 2:26pm PST

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