Tom Petty Daughter Brutally Insults Morrissey

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A whole new weird world has been opened by the daughter of Tom Petty. In a recent Instagram post, she was celebrating her birthday. Now, when you think about a birthday – you automatically think about the cake. This cake was like no other cake that we have seen and it really is something special.

The cake is a purple heart with all of the trimmings, but what’s said on the cake is sure to get you going. On the cake, it says “Morrissey Sucks,” a very odd little writing, but honorable, none-the-less.

This could have been a personal statement for some reason as it doesn’t look like Tom Petty and Morrissey have any bad blood with one another. This could simply be a feeling that his daughter feels towards Morrissey and the reasons could very well be plenty looking at the track record of Morrissey.

Tom and Morrissey never worked together, but Petty has worked with many other artists such as Stevie Nicks who broke off for a solo side project from Fleetwood Mac in the 1970s. As a keen fan of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Nicks sought to recruit the popular group to help sculpt what would become her blockbusting debut album of 1981, Bella Donna.

Through her boyfriend at the time, producer Jimmy Iovine, Nicks was granted her wish, but upon meeting Petty, his keyboardist Benmont Tench and guitarist Mike Campbell, she wasn’t faced with the geniality she might have expected. It seems they were nowhere near as excited to work with her as she was to work with them.

“We weren’t really welcoming to her when she first started coming around,” Petty was quoted saying in Petty: The Biography by Warren Zanes. “It wasn’t like she received a lot of warmth. We weren’t impressed by superstars. It just wasn’t in our nature. Maybe if it had been Elvis.”

Even more so, it was said: “Stevie really had Jane in her corner because Stevie would indulge her, it took me a long time to realize how genuine and good Stevie was. She was doing a lot of drugs — and she’d be the first to tell you that — but we didn’t at the time. We weren’t Boy Scouts, but I was afraid of that. Jane embraced it in a big way when Stevie showed up.”