Paul McCartney ‘Disturbing’ John Lennon Death Remark Leaks


The legendary co-founder of the Beatles, Paul McCartney recently gave an interview to Penguin Books and the Penguin Books’ podcast, The Penguin Podcast about McCartney’s latest children book “Hey Grandude”. Paul McCartney family reveals sad cancer surgery details.

Paul McCartney awful onstage health scare claim leaks. Here McCartney details how he believes late and iconic vocalist of the Beatles, John Lennon was not too secure within himself, telling a story about how Lennon once went to McCartney and asked him: “what are people going to think of me when I’m dead” and McCartney giving a surprising answer. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments.

Paul McCartney: I mean, John Lennon was not that secure [in himself]. I remember John saying to me once: “what are people going to think of me when I’m dead? I wonder if they will like me” I said: “Just you stop, listen to me. People are going to go crazy and love you and they are going to love you more.” That’s turned out to be the case. However, I had to reassure him and say: “you’re great.” It can happen to anyone.

Interviewer: Have you needed that reassurance in your life?

McCartney: Sure and that’s what I’m saying – you’d think that I know that I’ve done okay and amassed a little pile of successes that I can look at that and go: “I’m alright, I’m okay.” It’s not that easy.

In other news regarding Paul McCartney, fans of Sir Paul recently took to social media to discuss and review his aforementioned new children’s book, ‘Hey Grandude.’. One reader said: I love it! [This is a] colorful and whimsical book! It is a cute story with beautiful illustrations! I Couldn’t wait to get the book after I heard Paul talk about it in an interview.
I would love it autographed!”

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