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Prince Decides He’s Too Good For The Middle-Class Yoghurt Fest Called Glastonbury

by | 24th, June 2014

U.S pop singer Prince, second left, and unidentified women, watch Spain's Rafael Nadal playing Serbia's Dusan Lajovic during their fourth round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris, France, Monday, June 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

 

SOCIAL MEDIA eh? People talking to each other about whatever they want? Dreadful isn’t it? How dare people have another conversational tool to add to the pen and paper, telephone, email and text message canon?

Anyway, social media’s chatter has apparently made up Prince’s mind about something, which shows a remarkable lack of backbone from the pint-sized genius.

Michael Eavis has said that Prince became “really upset” with Glastonbury organisers over what he called “social media rumours”.

Prince was linked to the headline slot on the Saturday of this year’s dippyfest. However, that slot is now occupied by the monsters of hard rock, Metallica.

Eavis confirmed that he was in discussions with Prince but that the singer got his nose out of joint during negotiations as he felt that the festival was using his name to advertise itself.

Speaking about Prince, Eavis said: “We wanted him to play, and it got to the point where his people were talking to us about him doing it, but before he confirmed he got really upset because he thought we had advertised

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