Elton John: 'F*@K Your Freedom Of Speech, Boycott Social Media Now'
Music legend says social media is hate
Iconic music legend Sir Elton John has called for the complete boycott of social media, claiming the platforms “haven’t done anything” to combat “hate,” and screaming, “Sod your freedom of speech!”
In a fiery interview with the BBC, the rocket man singer claimed social media platforms “haven’t done anything to try to stem the flow of hate on the internet."
“I don’t know why they allow it — it’s supposed to be free speech but the things that are on social media are so disgusting that there has to be action taken by the people who own these companies.”
“People say ‘well what about my freedom of speech?’ Well, sod your freedom of speech,” John continued, before calling for a boycott of social media.
Elton spoke at the #DianaHIVLecture on Friday, with an impassioned speech about using social media to support positive change. ❤️ #LoveIsTheCure pic.twitter.com/h1a1D0DxKx— Elton John (@eltonofficial) June 11, 2018
“Why not? Then they’ll sit up. When the money is not coming in they’ll sit up,” the musician said.
“They can do so much good, but first they have to clean house and become a much more moral and Christian thinking… a moral thinking compass for what’s going on in the world… At the moment they’re not doing that.”
Elton John who headlined a fundraiser for failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
He called President Trump a “barbarian” in 2016 and previously claimed to have a “soft spot” for President George W. Bush.
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