Friday, May 13, 2011

George Michael Makes it Better

George Michael is back with a upcoming tour & new
album as we reported in March. The buzz is he wants
to become a positive role model for LGBTQ youth.
Michael admits that his ongoing brushes with the law
have been hurtful to his fans & our gay community.
Michael's legal troubles extend as far back as 1998 with
the infamous bust in a California restroom that was
followed by a string of other run-ins with the law. Last
year he crashed his Range Rover into a north London
shop & served 8 weeks in prison for driving under the
influence of drugs. Through it all, Michael's fans
stood by him & now it’s payback time. A concert for
The Trevor Project would be a nice start.
Let’s see what he decides to do…:)
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Anonymous George Michael said...

I have a serious problem with the fact that every time I made a mistake and every time I let myself down that I was letting young gay kids down. Because they would then witness the homophobia that was thrown at me and the language that we use in this country. There are things I want to do with my next album to make up for the damage that I have inadvertently caused by making myself so newsworthy and putting myself on the back foot enough that I couldn’t defend gay children from some of that language. I’m not surprised that my fans have stuck by me. I have been surprised by the amount of support I’ve had in some ways, but my fans have always been incredibly loyal. In terms of trying to stay on the straight and narrow as it were, then there is nothing better than the work you love.

May 13, 2011 at 2:34 PM  

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