The Stone Roses' Ian Brown Slams The Royal Family In Shock Outburst

The Stone Roses' Ian Brown Slams The Royal Family In Shock Outburst

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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