Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Must not joke about drugs

Just four days after Russell Brand was told to ‘F*** off back to Miliband’ as he prepared to address Left-wing protesters on an anti-austerity march, the self-styled revolutionary has upset Bob Geldof’s daughter Fifi.

Fifi, whose sister Peaches died of a heroin overdose last year at the age of 25, was a guest at a fundraising event this week for a charity that specialises in treatment for alcohol and drug addiction.

But Fifi was horrified when former addict Brand gave a speech in which he made jokes about drug abuse.

‘From what I’ve experienced, a lot of people here tonight are on drugs right now,’ Brand told guests, who included recently knighted singer Sir Van Morrison, actress Sadie Frost and Madness frontman Suggs. 

Referring to the charity Focus 12’s founder Chip Somers, he told guests at the event at London’s Porchester Hall: ‘Chip said, “If you don’t stop taking drugs in the next six months you’ll be dead, in a lunatic asylum or in prison”. So I thought: “Well, I’ve got five months, three weeks and six days before I have to do anything, f*** that.”’

Fifi — whose mother, TV presenter Paula Yates, died of a heroin overdose aged 41 — was disgusted by the comments from the so-called ‘comedian’, saying: ‘Less of a Russell Brand fan than ever after his offensive and highly inappropriate speech at the addiction charity event.’



Bird of Paradise said...


Anonymous said...

Who decided brand was a comedian? The prick is filthy rich and tries to come down to the level of the poor. What a f***wit. The sooner the UK catches onto these faux socialists the better.

Alpha Skua said...

Diversity is a code word for the extinction of white people

Anonymous said...

Probably the only coherent thought Fifi Geldorf (what f*wit calls his daughter Fifi?) has ever had in her life. Given her background I suppose it is easy for her to spot a fake.

Olaf Koenders said...

Brand was right. The large majority of those there had - besides crack, meth, coke and THC - ethanol (alcohol) and (S)-3-[1-Methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridine (nicotine) in their systems. Almost all of them would have started their day with a cup of 1,3,7-Trimethylpurine-2,6-dione (caffeine).

Fifi's an idiot. I bet she started her day in a similar fashion. For a couple of years I had a coffee addiction and it wasn't pleasant. A friend of mine also suffered an addiction to Coca Cola. His fridge was full of the stuff.