The Brown Eyed GirlThe singer released three songs in 2020, in which he criticized the Corona policy, including them Born to be free And the No more insurance† In these songs he sings that the “new normal” is not normal and that people “should live in freedom.”
In response, Swann wrote an article for rolling pebble† He expressed his concerns that songs feed the minds of conspiracy theorists. “The tin beret brigade campaigning against masks and vaccinations believes this is all a global conspiracy to snatch liberties,” Swan wrote. “I can only hope that no one takes him seriously. He is neither a teacher nor a teacher.”
This is the thousandth time that the two collide. swan complained The singer in June last year for defamation. During a dinner, Morrison described the minister as “extremely dangerous” and “a fraud” due to his handling of the Corona pandemic. The singer was angry about canceling his concert due to Corona’s measures.
The Northern Ireland Ministry of Health declined to comment on the accusations.
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