Sinead O’Connor Rants About Kim K’s Rolling Stone Cover

Sinead O’Connor Rants About Kim K’s Rolling Stone Cover

Nothing compares to the wrath of Irish musician Sinead O’Connor after she posted a Facebook rant about Kim Kardashian’s appearance on the latest Rolling Stone magazine.

The latest Rolling Stone magazine features the reality TV star chatting about feminism, OJ Simpson and interracial dating:


Apparently Sinead O’Connor is not impressed with Kardashian’s face being on the music magazine. The singer has declared that “music is dead”, asking her Facebook followers “What is this c**t doing on the cover of Rolling Stone?” 1436917325327 The ranty lady then encouraged her followers to boycott the mag with the Twitter hashtag #BoycottRollingStone.

Read the Rolling Stone article here. Read the O’Connor rant here.




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