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I Should Cocaine: Carla Bruni Shocks Colombians

by | 13th, June 2008

cocaine.jpgTHE Colombian cabinet puts much value on popular culture.

Having heard the country’s vice president Francisco Santos opine that Amy Winehouse should be “sent to rehab”, and that Kate Moss should apologise for taking cocaine, the country’s foreign minister says a new song by the wife of the French president is “very painful for Colombia”.

Carla Bruni has recorded her third album on which she is heard to croon: “You are my drug / More deadly than Afghan heroin / More dangerous than white Colombian.”

Colombia’s foreign minister Fernando Araujo says that “coming from the mouth of the wife of the President of France, this type of statement is very painful for Colombia”.

Araujo may choose to call his opposite number in Afghanistan and create an axis of complaint, and a CD file sharing hot line.

The Colombian ministry seems to go about in a state of shock that a) celebrities take cocaine; b) cocaine is a drug; and c) cocaine is as synonymous with Colombia as, well, cocaine.

Some shockers our British politicos might like to consider at the next international conference:

Jordan sleeps on her back; Gordon Brown is a unelectable; Princess Diana was blonde; red has never been this year’s black; John Cleese isn’t funny and many, many more…

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