Just waiting for the howls of outrage over rape culture…waiting…waiting

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I am waiting to hear the howls of outrage from the left wing over lefty arts luvvie and crap music maker Tom Scott’s mad rant about John Key and discussing raping his daughter and son, on Red Radio.

Still waiting…waiting…sigh

But dare to mention a feral…cue nationwide outrage.

Rape culture from the left is but a trifling issue it hardly warrants a squeak.

The singer behind the controversial Kill the PM song swore and joked about raping John Key’s son before walking out of a live radio interview.

Former Home Brew singer Tom Scott was yesterday on Kim Hill’s Playing Favouritessegment of her Radio NZ show, where guests choose some of their favourite songs.

But things soured when Hill asked about the song Scott released with his band @peace during the election campaign, in which he sang about killing PM Key and having sex with his daughter, Stephanie.

Asked about the the lyrics, Scott said: “I mean obviously I regret what I said. I probably should have said I was going to rape his son.”  

When asked if he had any regrets, he said: “I don’t regret what I said actually. Screw that.”

He also went on a tirade about Key, saying he “doesn’t like the guy one bit”.

“At the end of the day you don’t have to worry about Tom Scott cos him and the working class got f****d,” he said before apparently disappearing during a song.

Nasty piece of work…but not nearly as nasty as me apparently.

Will we see Andrew Little and Russel Norman clamouring for Labour people to stop associating with Tom Scott and Homebrew

This is after all the band who at the Music Awards in 2012v said John Key was a cunt who should suck their dicks.

They are a Labour favourite who plays at gigs to raise funds for Labour. They encourage people to chant “Fuck John Key” at concerts.

Jacinda Ardern in particular seems a big fan of Tom Scott and his rape culture.

Surely they should be disassociating themselves with Tom Scott….to be consistent and all…surely?

 

– Herald on Sunday


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