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Morrissey hits out at pop and politics

1 of 1 Morrissey has a pop at more than pop in his latest online missive
Morrissey has a pop at more than pop in his latest online missive

Morrissey has issued a statement criticising his record label, as well as hitting out at meat consumption and "political stupidity".

The former Smiths frontman posted the tirade on his fan site True to You

The singer started by thanking three fans for making unofficial music videos for his latest release, World Peace Is None of Your Business.

He then made a pun about his record label, stating that "a similar document [video] ought to have been harvested by the record label" [Harvest Records].

Morrissey went on to criticise meat eaters, as well as former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and former US President George W Bush.

The 55-year-old also claimed that he hasn't been invited to make any television appearances to promote his latest album.

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