The founder, singer and bassist of the legendary group Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, attacked Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg.

The musician was invited to an event in support of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, who is still in prison in the United Kingdom, by decision of the United States, reports 



On the set, Roger Waters explained that Mark Zuckerberg had asked him to obtain the rights to the title

Another Brick in the Wall Part 2


The famous song was to be used in a promotional video for Instagram, owned by Facebook, in exchange for "a huge sum of money," the outlet also reports.

Zuckerberg was a little prick when he was grading co-eds.

Being very rich changes nothing, he'll always be a little prick!

- Roger Waters (@rogerwaters) June 15, 2021

Mark Zuckerberg called an "idiot"

In fact, it was Instagram's marketing team who contacted him for this request.

Roger Waters not only wanted to make his refusal public, but also his dissatisfaction.

“They want to use it to make Facebook and Instagram more powerful than they already are.

I won't be complicit in this bullshit, Zuckerberg, ”he said.

He then described the founder of Facebook as "one of the most powerful idiots in the world."

The musician and singer of Pink Floyd hammered home the point by recalling that the message conveyed by 

Another Brick in the Wall Part 2

 is in total disagreement with the objectives of Mark Zuckerberg.


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