Robbie Williams Hits Out At Bad Journalism

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Hunky Robbie Williams is outraged at press stories accusing him of attacking his native Britain - and wants idle rumour-mongers to get the "f*** out" of his affairs.

The LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU singer has been living in Los Angeles while he attempts to crack the American music market, but has been hurt by British stories labelling him unpatriotic.

Angry Robbie fumes, "I read something the other day, 'Robbie attacks Britain.' All I said was that I'm a guy who's come to the States to peddle my wares whether it happens or doesn't - you know?

"I couldn't understand the malicious nature of people really wanting it to not work. They love it, 'Ooh, it's not working in the States.' So I asked people to get behind me a bit more or just chill the f*** out."

01/07/2003 17:25


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