August 5, 2021

Pink Floyd founder sends Mark Zuckerberg to hell

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British rock musician and Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters denied Mark Zuckerberg the right to use the second part of the song ‘Another Brick in the Wall’.

The founder of Facebook wanted to use the cult song of Pink Floyd in a video to promote Instagram. In return, he offered Waters “a huge, a gigantic sum of money.”

“My answer is: go to hell! No way,” said the lead singer of the band in a forum supporting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The video was posted on the forum organizer’s YouTube channel.

This harsh response is due to Waters’ negative attitude towards Facebook’s policy. According to the musician, Zuckerberg wants to “continue to censor” everyone and is trying “to prevent this story of Julian Assange from being made public.”

Another Brick in the Wall is the title of a song divided into three parts of the rock opera The Wall. All three parts are written by Waters.