“So then I say, ‘Well, let’s see who’s inna bloody wheelchair now,” and then we made passionate love the soize of a tan-jah-reen.”
Last month, Russell Brand was kicked out of the GQ Men of The Year Awards after informing the crowd that the events sponsor Hugo Boss used to make uniforms for the Nazis. Which apparently was done in whatever window GQ needed to edit him right the fuck out of the Men of The Year issue which they did except not soon enough for his name to not show up in Google search results as of this post. Even better was Russell’s response. Via Starpulse:
“GQ cleansed me from their issue. That’s what they do when they don’t like something. I guess that’s why they dig the Nazis.”
In GQ‘s defense, Mel Gibson acted as guest editor and was reportedly too overwhelmed with all the “faggot suits” and “pack of nigger outfits” to pretend to like Jews. Plus, he thought Russell was a woman and wondered why she was even in the issue instead of being stabbed to death during anal sex. It just seemed odd to him.
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