One sure-fire way to know, I find, is to leave Jesse Tobias a couple of hours to react on social media.
If he doesn't throw a fit about his very vEry good fRieND MorRissey beiNg bEtraYed, ending with a sonorous "GOOD RIDDANCE TO FALSE FRIENDS!" like he did last time, it's nothing.
Jesse Tantrum hasn't reacted on behalf of his master, so I think we're in the clear.
Shame, another post like that one would have made my day.
"Our crew then tried to keep her at a reasonable distance"...? The guy tours during a pandemic, but invented social distancing back in 2014 (to keep germy women at bay.)
(PRoteCt eLJefe at all COSTS!)
No. But there is / was an American band called "The Beat"Is there an American Beat? I’m assuming there is, but I daren’t look.
The bauhaus have apparently been on a good run lately.
im glad that he’s addressing comments directly. It was a stupid thing to say about another band on the bill and I don’t think the promoters are gonna be happy to hear the opening bands saying something that might sabatoge the end of there fest and see there hard work get ruined either after all effort to get the show back up. He should know better especially if he really doesn’t have a problem with morrissey being on the bill. What was the point then, to be funny (?) because it wasn’t really and had a lot of possibly poor repercussions for a bunch of people
The point is that he was saying to people who might not go because Morrissey is on the bill, you can come and watch the other bands and leave before Morrissey takes the stage. He was acknowledging that some people have a problem with Morrissey but not agreeing with those people's views.