This foreign born permanent A list singer solo and in a group has been harping about masks masks masks and then threw a party where no one was wearing them.
Not one mask in sight…..
— MsSleuth007 (@Ms_Sleuth007) August 22, 2021
Paul McCartney slams idea that wearing face masks infringes on civil liberties: “That is stupid” – December 2020
In a new interview, Paul McCartney has criticised people who say wearing face masks is an infringement on their civil liberties.
Speaking to CBS Sunday Morning on the occasion of his new album ‘McCartney III’, McCartney told journalist Seth Doane, “When people sort of say, ‘Wearing masks is infringing on my civil liberties,’ I say, ‘No. That is stupid.’”
Doane noted that both he and McCartney had been tested for COVID-19 prior to sitting down for the interview, and that McCartney had done almost no other in-person interviews to promote the record.
Over the weekend, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new Tier 4 level of restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Residents of London, the South East and East of England are required to stay at home, with limited exemptions, until at least December 30. – Source
Paul McCartney throws star-studded Hamptons party
Could’ve been one hell of a jam sesh.
Paul McCartney hosted a intimate bash at his Hamptons home on Thursday night, inviting his A-list pals including Chris Martin, Jon Bon Jovi, Jimmy Fallon and Alec Baldwin.
The Beatle was snapped leaning up against a car earlier in the day as he set up for his guests. He was wearing joggers, a hoodie and a white shirt as he chatted with staff.
While it is unclear if McCartney wore his face mask the whole night, he said in December 2020 that he was a fan of the accessory-turned-necessity.
“We love the mask,” he told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show. “I walked into work today wearing a mask, you know, looking at everyone. Looking them right in the eye. ‘Hello. You don’t know who this is. Do you know who I think I am?’”
He admitted that he was happy the anonymity let him “go anywhere and do anything.” – Source
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