“Queens of the Stone Age” Frontman, Josh Homme appeared on CBC Radio 2’s “Strombo Show” on Sunday, and during the interview Homme didn’t hold back much when discussing his dislike of Jay Z.
Homme, who played at the Hip-Hop mogul’s “Made in America Festival” with his band in PA last month, was unhappy with the festival’s security and the way his band was treated backstage.
Josh Homme told the radio host, when asked about the festival’s security:
“He has his security frisking the bands on the way in. I just told them, ‘If you open up my bag, I’m not playing, so I guess it’s up to you whether we are playing or not.’ The idea they frisked all my guys, means you’re in some different place, no-one has ever done that.”
The singer also voiced his displeasure with a gift that Jay Z gave his band:
“He also gave us some champagne and wanted us to take a photo with it, and I thought that’s not a gift that is a marketing tool. So I destroyed it. Because I thought it was rude overall. And you shouldn’t frisk my guys, you should fuck off.”
Despite the festival being such a huge success, that’s some pretty stern comments from Josh. And either way, you can’t always make everyone happy. Listen to the interview below.
Also, new details have emerged about Jay Z and Beyonce‘s deceased bodyguard, Norman “Dutch Giant” Oosterbroek, who died after being teasered by Miami-Dade police.
According to a shocking report, Norman was ‘allegedly’ suffering from a case of deep depression and had been battling with drug use for the past several years.
The Carters allegedly found out about Norman’s unhealthy lifestyle after a major print publication approached them with evidence that he had hired a prostitute in Las Vegas, and were allegedly shown photographic and video evidence of Norman using the family’s passports in a lewd act.
“Beyoncé and Jay Z were furious when they found out,” said the source. “They trusted Norman with their lives and then he went and did some pretty freaky things, and on video with a hooker. They were outraged.
The insider also added:
“They really thought Norman was now a danger to Blue Ivy….From what I understand he was devastated, because a lot of people in the industry knew that he couldn’t be trusted and not to hire him.”