Sinead O’ Connor Hates Kim Kardashian’s ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover; Calls Her A C*nt!
No one can escape Sinead O’ Connor’s firing rant. First it’s Miley Cyrus, now its Kim Kardashian’s turn! She’s obviously not a big fan of the reality TV star base on her Facebook comments.
O’ Connor who became famous as a global music star in 1990 because of her stunning version of Prince “Nothing Compares 2 U” voiced her displeasure about Diddy’s wife, Kim, who was chosen to be the newest cover girl of “Rolling Stone” magazine.
The Irish singer shots fire to Kim using her social media account after seeing the reality TV star’s smiling face and “not-so” big chest, cleavage-fueled photo on the cover of the respected music magazine. She even declared that “music is dead” and Kim is the suspect for killing music by appearing in the magazine. Oh, and by the way before we forgot… she also called her “c—t” as well.
“What is this c—t doing on the cover of Rolling Stone?” that’s O’ Connor’s exact word that she wrote below a snapshot of the upcoming issue of the magazine.
The 48-year-old singer didn’t forget to include the “Rolling Stone” magazine itself stating that no one knew that the magazine will be the one murdering the music. “(“American Idol” creator) Simon Cowell and (“The X Factor judge) Louis Walsh can no longer be expected to take all the blame. Bob Dylan must be f—g horrified.”
The singer even encouraged her fans and followers by using a hashtag #BoycottRollingStone.
As of this writing, O’ Connor’s Facebook post already had 5,332 comments with 32, 113 likes and 8,831 shares.
However, this is not the very first time O’Connor made headlines. Last 2013 and 2014, the singer also dissed Miley because of her behavior, accusing her of using her sexuality to be famous. She even penned three open letters for the young “Wrecking Ball” singer.
On the other hand, Kim Kardashian is certainly not the first non-musician cover girl of the popular culture publication, so, let’s expect another raging comment from O’Connor or other celebrities who have high hopes with “Rolling Stone.”
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