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By ATWadmin On January 21st, 2007

pink2_narrowweb__300x4880.jpgMore loud-mouthed empty-headed babble from “Pop Stars!”

Pink has backed down from her call to boycott Australian wool over animal cruelty claims, admitting she failed to fully research the issue. The singer, who has sold around 200,000 tickets for dozens of shows in her upcoming April tour of Australia, appeared in an animal rights group video last year branding the practice of sheep mulesing “sadistic”. But today, Pink admitted she was misinformed about the issue and had failed to do enough research.

“I probably could have done a lot more research on my own,” she told the Nine Network.”That’s the lesson I’m taking from this. My message was, in my mind, boycott animal cruelty – not an entire industry, not Australia, obviously, because it’s my favourite country. Then going back, I was speaking without thinking and I actually did say ban Australia, which is bullshit. It’s not something that I can agree with.”

Problem is Pink baby, you said it. Your “bull-shit”, like that expressed by most of your fellow left wing pop stars, is your stock in trade, which a willing media and ignorant public lap up – until it’s thoroughly exposed, as in this case!

4 Responses to “PINK TURNS RED….”

  1. You are obviously more ‘on the ball’, as it were, within your studies of what is termed ‘pop’ culture than I, David.

    Before your comments on this particular person, and how she got things wrong, I’d never even heard of her!

    Memo to self:-

    Must rememember that bloke, singer he was, his name’s on the tip of my ……….

  2. Mike,

    It’s my kids wot keep me young! My wife accompanied my 14yr old daughter to see the aforementioned Pink in concert last month, so I am a world expert on Pink, and her nonsense.

  3. I think she’s what we used to refer to as a "two-bagger" .

  4. David: So long as you never descend to offer any of Pink’s, ahem, "songs" as ATW Jukebox posts I will continue to respect you.