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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Boy George sticks it to Internet bullies

You tell 'em George

Boy George is just being true to himself.

The iconic British pop singer is excited to return to Israel for his upcoming concert with his band, Culture Club, and doesn't seem to bat his impressive eyelashes at BDS pressure not to perform. 

"We have to be really careful with the Internet because people say everyone is talking - it's like five people, they're retweeting each other," he told Israel's Channel 2 News in an interview this week, "and that doesn't constitute a revolution."

George told Ynet that he "got a wonderful reception in Israel, so it was clear to me I'd be back. As an artist you respond to warmth." 

The singer, responsible for hits like "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me," "Karma Chameleon" and "Time (Clock of the Heart)," will be taking the stage on November 7 at Heichal Hamenora in Tel Aviv. 

Jerusalem Post. . . .


Anonymous said...

he be better retiring from the music business ... its not a good trend
better listen real reggae ... rasta man the king

Anonymous said...

Hey there guys !!! Leave it there ...

Anonymous said...

Stupid ... Reggae has nothing to do with Boi George. Here Reggae is King, and Ox George a dwarf.