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After forming more than 30 years ago in Athens, Georgia, rock legends R.E.M. are calling it quits. Below are statements about the break up from Michael Stipe, Peter Buck and Mike Mills, released through their website. Hopefully, behind the scenes, it had nothing to do with this.
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I think we’ve seen enough nude celebrities for now, thanks. R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe posted a video including nude shots of him on his Tumblr.
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The R.E.M. frontman has been allegedly been dubbed “Twat Waffle” by Sara Barron, a former waitress at a trendy New York restaurant who claims - in her upcoming memoir People Are Unappealing - that he and his posse rang up a bill of $2000 and left no tip after dining for over five hours. Allegedly, he wouldn’t talk to the waitress either, instead delegating one of his 19 hang-ons to make the demands. He may have lost his religion a long time ago, but the guy could use to learn some manners.
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A waitress’s tell-all book on the dirty dining secrets of the stars. We’re talking insider code-names like Twat Waffle (apparently Michael Stipe) who wears “matching fedoras and Ray-Bans” with his boy crew, leaves no tip and just wants some f’n blueberry waffles. It all sounds delicious and should be a best seller in no time.
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