David Gilmour Wife Attacks Roger Waters & Morrissey


Pink Floyd frontman David Gilmour’s wife Polly Samson shared a photo via like on Twitter criticizing Roger Waters for spreading misinformation that backed Vladimir Putin and Russia, as Russia has invaded Ukraine. The tweet also rips Morrissey.

Polly shared this tweet via like, with photos of Waters’ lies:

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The frontman for the ‘Hottest Band in the Land’ certainly didn’t mince words when it came to Vladimir Putin and Ukraine. Gene Simmons recently took to social media via Twitter to criticize the Russian Prime Minister due to his accusations of calling Ukrain President Volodymyr Zelenskyy an alleged Nazi. It should be noted that Simmons is a man of the Jewish faith. This 90s icon recently gave this strong opinion on Gene Simmons.

“The outright lie from Mr. Putin accusing @Ukrain PM Zelensky of being a Nazi is stunning, considering that PM Zelensky is Jewish and lost his entire family to Nazi Germany during WWII.”

Before this, he would offer his support and stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine as he posted the following Tweet: Our prayers and support go out to the brave people of @Ukraine …..Former Ukraine president confirms the ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ is real!

If you would like to support the efforts involving the Crisis in Ukraine, you can do so by donating to the International Rescue Committee here.

In other news regarding KISS – during an interview that took place on Talking Wax With Adika Live!, Simmons discussed his former bandmates Peter Criss and Ace Frehley and how they made alleged ‘poor decisions’. Credit to NME for the below.

“God love ’em, both Ace and Peter, at the beginning of the band, were just the best thing that ever happened to us,” Simmons said on Talking Wax With Adika Live! “But they made such horrible choices in their life. And they continue to do that – they continue to make really bad choices, not just in terms of their health and what you ingest, but career choices.”

The Demon himself would continue:

“We just had this documentary that came out that’s a headlining thing at the Tribeca Film Festival, and, of course, without even thinking twice about it, we reached out to both Ace and Peter, ‘Hey, come and be part of this thing. You helped create the band. No question about it.’ And they refused.”