Monday, May 4, 2015

Can't take a joke?

In England, wealthy comedian Russell Brand whose,
...first autobiography, My Booky Wook, was released on 15 November 2007 and received favorable reviews. Andrew Anthony from The Observer commented that "Russell Brand's gleeful tale of drugs and debauchery in My Booky Wook puts most other celebrity memoirs to shame". The second book, Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal, was released on 30 September 2010. Brand signed a £1.8 million two-book deal with HarperCollins in June 2008.
This election it was personal, apparently when Labour's Ed Milliband paid a personal visit to Brand's home in a trendy London neighborhood, to listen to him, while;
Prime Minister David Cameron dismissed Brand as "a joke" and said he didn't have time to "hang out" with him.
That clearly riled Brand, who referred to Cameron's insult in the video he released on Monday endorsing Miliband.
"I know I've been Mr. Don't Vote," Brand, 39, said on the video. "(But) what I heard Ed Miliband say is if we speak he will listen. You've got to vote Labour, you've got to get the Conservative Party out of government in this country."
Because a rich guy got his feelings hurt.

No comments:

Post a Comment