Sunday, October 21, 2007

Razorlight Frontman Flouts U.K. Smoking Ban


Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell has joined The Rolling Stones and Paul Weller in the latest act of rock ‘n’ roll defiance - smoking on stage. What the hell these rockers think they are, are just rebels then they can do a better job in Israel or Pakistan or Sudan somewhere where rebels are seen as heroes but to me rebels are people discontent with themselves rather than discontent with law or something. They want to show their fans that they care a damn of the laws and rules that have been put in place so that there is no substance abuse at the venues but when celebrities like him are going flaunt and make mockery of rules on stage then it’s really going to be hard for the government to impose these rules on public. The Golden Touch hitmaker, 27, infuriated organizers of the Prince’s Trust Fashion Rocks concert in London on Thursday by puffing on a cigarette during a performance of his hit In The Morning.

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