Freddie Mercury Boyfriend Reveals Attack After He Got AIDS


Late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury’s boyfriend Jim Hutton revealed that Freddie was surprised by his cat Romeo attacking his other beloved cats just a year before his death from AIDS. Mercury was diagnosed with AIDS in 1987. Freddie Mercury revealed how he lost his favorite ‘toy’ in his dressing room in a newly revealed video.

Jim Hutton said, “Early in 1990, when we’d had Romeo for several months, Freddie and I were walking into the conservatory, quickly followed by four of the cats. Suddenly Romeo turned on Goliath, Delilah and Miko and started fighting. I looked at Freddie and called out ‘Rambo!’ ‘What do you mean, Rambo?’ he asked. ‘Watch him,’ I said. ‘He’s attacking all the other cats. He’s Rambo.’ It was a nickname which stuck.”

Freddie Mercury smoking in photos with Michael Jackson was revealed a few days ago. Queen’s official website is reporting: This year marks the 73rd Birthday of the legendary Freddie Mercury. A true icon, gone but never forgotten & as always. To mark this milestone the Freddie way, we are celebrating Freddie for a week.

We have great celebrations all week long and are looking forward to inviting all Freddie fans into our cafe. To kick start the week off in style we will have a special evening for his birthday on the 5th of September. To test your knowledge we will have a fun pub quiz and ‘Name That Tune’ in one quiz with great prizes. Then it’s your turn to shine like Freddie with our Queen Karaoke! The entrance for the quiz will be €2 and you will receive your own Freddie Moustache, so get ready to be Freddie!

On the 9th September come and decide which one of our Rock Star employees are the best Freddie lookalikes, if you want to join in on the fun you can also dress up and be Freddie for the evening and get your picture taken at our Freddie photo booth. Get your Freddie on!

Are you ready to put on your dancing shoes and dance to the best Queens songs? As we will have a Queen DJ in the cafe on the 12th of September to close off the special Freddie week!

From today onwards we will be raising money for the Mercury Phoenix Trust with several items that we will be selling in our Rock Shop.

For all the information regarding this amazing week please go to our website.

In Freddie’s own words: The show must go on! Freddie Mercury’s bandmate revealed an emotional goodbye letter last week.