Late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury eventually came out of the closet, but he had fun flirting with his female fans in the 70’s, according to Freddie Mercury Club, throwing flowers at his young adoring female fans. A disturbing Freddie Mercury burial claim was recently revealed. Freddie Mercury Club wrote:
At the end of every Queen show (mostly in Queen’s early gigs from 1975 to 1978) Freddie would throw a handful of flowers into his adoring audience. I’m sure you’ve noticed this if you’ve watched Queen’s 70s concerts.
The thorns of these long stemmed red roses would have been plucked out one by one by a crew member because Freddie didn’t want anybody to get hurt in any way. ❤
The throwing of flowers ritual started to wane but that doesn’t mean Freddie stopped throwing things all together to show his love to his ‘beauties.’ and he would take every opportunity at hand to throw flowers in later years too even if it was at a formal ceremony like Fashion Aid 1985 (8th photo).
P.S. Freddie was the real flower that kept on blooming and spreading the world with his divine aroma (still does). He was love itself. I mean doesn’t it just melt your heart that Freddie wanted the thorns to be plucked out so that nobody would get hurt in any possible way? How sweet and gentle and considerate can a person be?” A ‘morbid’ Freddie Mercury AIDS death remark was recently revealed.