Legendary English singer Morrissey has attacked Kate Middleton and Prince William during a concert in London.
The incident took place on November 29 at the O2. During the performance of The Smiths song "Meat Is Murder," an image of Prince William and Kate Middleton was captioned, "United King-Dumb."
According to NME, this was also joined by a picture of the Queen giving the finger too as well as graphic images of various animals being led to the slaughterhouse.
This isn't the first time that Morrissey has attacked the Duchess Of Cambridge.
According to the Mirror, Morrissey called Kate Middleton an "airhead" in a 2,000 word blog post that also criticized Pippa Middleton for laughing as she stood over 50 dead birds.
"Similarly a newspaper gave us all an 'amusing' report of thickwit Pippa Middleton laughing as she stood over 50 birds shot dead by her friends and herself after a 'busy day's shooting.'
"The sick face of modern Britain, Pippa Middleton will kill deer, boar, birds - any animal struggling to live, or that gets in her socialite way.
"This is because her sister is, of course, Kate, who herself became 'royal' simply by answering the telephone at the right time, and this association allows Pippa's kill, kill, kill mentality to be smilingly endorsed.
"That the future of the monarchy rests on the natural idiocy of Harry, zombified William and airhead Kate, is quite frightening. We, the British public, are trapped."
But it wasn't just the Royal family who faced the ire of Morrissey during the concert. Morrissey, who previously was the lead singer for The Smiths, had his band wear t-shirts that declared, "F*** Harvest Records."
Morrissey has been apoplectic at the treatment of his recent album, World Peace is None of Your Business, and during the concert, he told the crowd that it had been "immediately deleted by a very clever record label."
Morrissey then asked his adoring fans to "let [Harvest Records] know" about their dissatisfaction with the record.
World Peace is None of Your Business was actually released back in July. However, since then, the pair have become embroiled in various public arguments. Morrissey has insisted that he has been dropped by Harvest Records, but they have denied that's the case.
Back in August, a post on Morrissey's fan site, True To You, read "Three weeks after the release of Morrissey's World Peace Is None Of Your Business (#2 UK, #14 US), Capitol Records/Harvest have ended their relationship with Morrissey, as directed by label boss Steve Barnett. Morrissey is once again in search of a record label."
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