Controversial Events in International Music Stage 2012
Much has happened in the development of world music stage in the year 2012. Many newcomers popping up, as well as a great single or album that has been launched. Behind it all, there is complete when the world music stage without seasoning controversy. Since the beginning of the year, a number of controversial events often color the world music scene. The culprit? Yes, some still being done by the old names. Who are they? Any behavior controversial?
Rihanna Make Chaos in France
Rihanna is crazy, crazy fans in France. Last September Rihanna want to hold a concert in France unexpectedly posted in Twitter numbers that will host the Eurostar train. Sadly he also wrote arrival time and location of the train. Predictably, Rihanna fans immediately stormed the station in droves.
‘Success’ mass gathering, Rihanna actually frantically looking for a way out of the station. After a struggle, Rihanna finally managed to escape and write the contents of her on Twitter. “The French are completely insane!!! I had to fight to get out of this damn train!” he wrote.
Morrissey Blasphemy UK
It’s no secret when Morrissey often at loggerheads with the United Kingdom. This year at least three times Morrissey did. Frontman of The Smith’s did not hesitate to issue a sharp line to the British royal occupants.
In March 2012, Morrissey began by doing controversial attraction at concert in Argentina. At that time he led his colleagues lined up on the stage wearing a shirt that blasphemy Prince Williams and Kate Middleton.
Bieber Lied to His Fans
Whatever would be done for the success of a product. Maybe it was the thought of Justin Bieber. Ahead of the release of a video clip and a Beauty Beat, Justin Bieber was willing to lie to millions of fans.
The story claimed that time Bieber has lost his personal laptop and camera. He looked shocked and many times expressed anger both through Twitter and the media. Automatic Bieber fans also participated anxious.
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