The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown took a huge swipe at the royal family during the Stone Roses' huge Manchester gig at Heaton Park on Friday, calling them "parasites" and branding the a "tyrranny".
The incident took place during the first of three huge gigs in their hometown, and despite the music emerging triumphant Brown will have angered royallists by saying: "This song's dedicated to those parasites down the road (in London)... celebrating 60 years of tyranny."
It shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to fans of the band and roses experts, as their song, 'Elizabeth My Dear', which Brown was introducing, is anti-royallist in its sentiments.
The reference was to the jubilee celebrations, and Gary Barlow's Jubilee gig, which Brown doesn't seem to have been a huge fan of.
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