Shirley Manson slams Morrissey for defending Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein

Calvin Saunders
November 21, 2017

If I cannot tell anyone that I like him, how should he ever know? But we have to see it in proportion. Otherwise, every person on this planet is guilty.

He attempts to cover up his ignorance by philosophically musing "We cannot permanently decide from above what we are allowed to do and what we cannot do". Some people are already awkward when it comes to romance. If I can not tell anyone that I like them, how would they ever know?'

Rocker Morrissey can not believe Kevin Spacey has been dumped from a completed movie, insisting the Oscar victor has been “needlessly attacked” following allegations of sexual misconduct. Rapp managed to leave before the situation went any further.

Speaking to Germany's Der Spiegel newspaper, the 58-year-old said: "Anyone who ever said "I like you" to someone else is suddenly being charged with sexual harassment".

In the opinion of the contractor, who has previously expressed his support for Kevin spacey and Harvey Weinstein, the alleged victims accused the celebrities of harassment because they did not like intimacy. One wonders where the boy's parents were. One wonders if the boy did not know what could happen.

He added: 'I have never been in situations like these in my youth. Never. I always knew what could happen.

Go back to sleep Moz, you're out of touch and we don't need another victim blamer in music.

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“Because of that, all of that (Rapps claims) doesnt seem very credible to me.

MORRISSEY has said it is "ridiculous" that Kevin Spacey has been replaced in a film after allegations of sexual misconduct and claimed the actor has been "needlessly attacked".

Sexual misconduct allegations against Weinstein, first detailed in reports by The New York Times and The New Yorker beginning in October, have led to a flurry of other women and men in Hollywood coming forward with similar allegations. "If I cannot tell anyone that I like him, how would they ever know?"

He added: "And they play along".

'Afterwards they find it embarrassing or they didn't like it. But if everything went well, and if it had given them a great career, they would not talk about it.

"I hate rape, I hate assault, I hate people being forced into a sexual situation", the magazine quoted Morrissey as saying.

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