Pretenders singer: ‘You’re all c**ts’

ROCK star Chrissie Hynde stormed off stage after a C-word rant at fans.

The Sun reports that The Pretenders singer had also told people filming her: "Stick your phones up your ass."

Chrissie Hynde.  Picture:  Supplied
Chrissie Hynde. Picture: Supplied

Hynde, 66, began abusing the audience during her first song at the gig in Dubai.

The American called them "c***s" for recording her.

She went on to say that she didn't give a "f***" because she already had their money.

 

 

As she left the stage, she cocked her leg and told the shocked crowd: "Take a picture of that."

The group played only a handful of songs at the Irish Village venue on Thursday.

They did not do an encore - leaving fans upset at not hearing their 1979 No.1 Brass in Pocket.

Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde in Australia in 2010 for A Day on the Green.  Picture:  Supplied
Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde in Australia in 2010 for A Day on the Green. Picture: Supplied

Expat Nicki Blower said: "She has a reputation for swearing but this was with real venom."

Alastair MacDonald, 38, of Glasgow, said: "She was saying, 'you're all c***s'.

"She pointed at people using phones and gave them the finger."

 

 

Hynde last week took to social media to apologise for being a "bit of a b****".

Writing that she loved the UK tour, she added: "I do want to apologise for being a bit of a b**** when it came to camera phones and just being myself in general.

"As you probably know by now, when i'm not on the stage, i like to retain a very ordinary profile and get embarrassed by uninvited attentions.

The Pretenders with lead singer Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers (glasses), Nick Wilkinson (black T) and Adam Seymour (green T).
The Pretenders with lead singer Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers (glasses), Nick Wilkinson (black T) and Adam Seymour (green T).

"So if I told anyone to 'get lost' - it's just me being the citizen God intended me to be.

"I know sometimes I'm not the celebrity you want, but believe me, I suffer for it later that night and wish i could have been a nicer person.

 

 

"But I wasn't, I'm not, and probably not going to change any time soon. As far as all the cities we didn't play - we intend to come back and finish the job next year."

Hynde's spokesman refused to comment.

 

 

 

This article originally appeared in The Sun

 

 

The Pretenders with lead singer Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers (glasses), Nick Wilkinson (black T) and Adam Seymour (green T).
The Pretenders with lead singer Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers (glasses), Nick Wilkinson (black T) and Adam Seymour (green T).

 

 

 

 

Stevie Nicks (L) and Chrissie Hynde perform in 2016.  Picture:  Supplied
Stevie Nicks (L) and Chrissie Hynde perform in 2016. Picture: Supplied

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