Morrissey Slams Royal Family Including Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton, Calls Sisters 'Airhead' and 'Thickwit' (PHOTOS)
Nov 22, 2013 11:01 AM EST
Morrissey is known for his outspoken views against some of the world's most famous figures, and most recently, the former The Smiths frontman wrote a long post on his blog "True to You: A Morrissey Zine" blasting "Deadly Passion" host Melissa Bachman and royals Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa for hunting animals for sport, E! News reports.
Entitled "The World Won't Listen," Morrissey's latest entry lambasts Bachman for smiling in a photograph with a lion she shot dead in South Africa before going on to accuse Pippa Middleton of similar behavior, calling her a "thickwit" for "laughing as she stood over 50 birds shot dead by her friends and herself after a 'busy day's shooting.'"
"We are reminded by the Daily Mail that Middleton is a 'socialite', which tells us that she is privileged and can more-or-less kill whatever she likes—and, therefore she does," he wrote. "The sick face of modern Britain, Pippa Middleton will kill deer, boar, birds—any animal struggling to live, or that gets in her socialite way. This is because her sister is, of course, Kate, who herself became 'royal' simply by answering the telephone at the right time, and this association allows Pippa's kill, kill, kill mentality to be smilingly endorsed by the British print media, to which only the mentally deficient could join in with the laughter."
He then went on to take more shots against the royal family, including the Queen, who he feels "has failed to master in her very lengthy lifetime of being unable to address a nation without auto-cue," Prince Harry whom he calls an idiot, Prince William for being "zombified" and Kate Middleton for being an "airhead."
"We, the British public, are trapped," he wrote.
But Morrissey did go on to praise one Brit in particular, actor and comedian Russell Brand.
"Thank you to Russell Brand for standing up and speaking out in recent weeks. Like anyone who speaks out in modern Britain, he has been shot down," wrote Morrissey. "I write this without outburst; a staunch non-terrorist, quietly, calmly and composedly, as I mourn the loss of the land."