John Lydon describes the Sex Pistols as “almost hell on earth.”
The 65-year-old punk legend was held during the heyday of an iconic group, claiming that his “chubby little pop song” involved him in many problems.
He told the Metro newspaper’s 60-second column:
“I was always under pressure, but I wrote the songs I wanted to write and delivered those lyrics to Joe Public. Joe Public is very nice and grateful.
“But there were media and police who didn’t admit it. It was discussed in the Capitol under the Rebellion Act.”
He suggested that some people downplay the band’s controversy, but he argued that the situation was difficult.
He added: [treason] I executed the death penalty! In words!
“Some chunky little pop songs like’Anarchy in the UK’ [laughs] And you can die. Bow your head! “
Known as Johnny Lotten while in the group, John described himself as “God’s gift to the universe” by challenging the status quo.
“I have to argue. I am a free thinker. Yes, you can rub people in the wrong way, but we are God’s gift to the universe. You are up. To do.”
And after writing his book “I may be wrong, I may be right”, the star currently in the middle of a reading tour is not surprised that he is relevant to the public eye. Insisted.
He laughed: “No. That shows I’m right.”
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