Paul Weller Lashes Out At Bob Geldof, Sting & Freddie Mercury
He says, "Bob Geldof. What did he win it for? Can't be for his music, man. I mean, if it's for his charity work in Africa then you can't knock it, but Boomtown Rats, f--k off."
And the 47-year-old has little time for ex-The Police singer Sting either: "F--king horrible man. Not my cup of tea at all. F--king rubbish. No edge, no attitude, no nothing."
Late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, who died of AIDS in 1991, fares little better: "He said he wanted to bring ballet to the working classes. What a c--t."
Weller is scheduled to perform a selection of his hits at the February 15th British music industry ceremony in London.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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