Weed-puffing followers of legendary English rock band “The Who” received a stern speaking to from frontman Roger Daltrey through the band’s live performance at Madison Sq. Backyard Monday evening.
“All those smoking grass down within the entrance there, I’m completely allergic to it,” Daltrey advised the group, in line with a video of the present posted to YouTube.
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When concert-goers started to snicker, the 74-year-old rockstar insisted: “I’m not kidding.”
“Whoever it’s down there, you f–ed my evening and also you made me actually…I’m allergic to that s–t and my voice simply goes [makes sound] It sucks up. So f–okay you!”
Again in 2015, Daltrey threatened to finish a live performance on the Nassau Coliseum, when somebody lit up a joint close to the stage, telling the fan to “stick it up your f—ing a–,” in line with music weblog Stereogum.
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The basic band is at the moment on their “Shifting On!” tour, which wraps Oct. 23 on the Rogers Area in Edmonton, Alberta.