Published on 9/9/2021 9:59 PM
Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge (Photo: Jean Gagnon/CC)
Comedian and host Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge said Friday night that his business relationship with Hyundai-Canada had ended, following his decision not to vaccinate before the vaccine was approved by Medicago.
Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge made the announcement in a video posted on his Facebook page.
“It is not without emotion that I announce to you, for reasons you can well guess, that the relationship I have maintained for nearly 13 years with Hyundai is about to come to an end.”
The representative added that he thanked the company whose spokesperson he was for “all these good years, and I wish them the greatest success in the world.”
like today Journalism He published an article indicating that Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge will not perform District 31 episodes this fall because he refuses to receive two injections of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Earlier on Friday, the person hosting the new show Chanteurs masqués posted on TVA broadcasts another video in which he defended himself by respecting health rules.
In this letter, the 45-year-old explained that he was waiting for approval of the Quebec Medicago vaccine before communicating with him.
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