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Saturday, September 25, 2004

Sinead

Sinead O'Connor has taken out a full page, 2,000-word advertisement in the Irish Examiner newspaper, complaining about how she's ridiculed by the media. I'd really like to know if she actually wrote "ye", as the Vancouver Sun says - "If ye all think I am such a crazy person why do ye use me to sell your papers?" Ye?

Irish Examiner here I come.

Update: She must have used that language, although yet to find the actual ad. The Guardian says she was sick of being called a "crazy bitch", but then quotes her saying, "Untie me please and wash me down I ask ye." Again with the ye. This was perhaps not the best way to convince people you're not losing it.

Update 2: Alright, found the full text of her ad, and yes, she really said 'ye'. Ye.

the earley edition - Posted by Dave @ 9/25/2004 07:37:00 pm || || Return to Top