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Posted on May 21, 2014 01:44 pm
Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney continued his run of public jabs by calling Jack White an "a-shole" for his private comments regarding the band's singer Dan Auerbach.
As reported, a series of leaked private emails saw white complaining to his now ex-wife about their children going to the same school as Dan's kids.
"That's a possible 12 f--king years I'm going to have to be sitting in kids chairs next to that a-shole," White wrote. "He gets yet another free reign to follow me around and copy me and push himself into my world."
Asked to comment on the given matter by Rolling Stone, the drummer called White an "a-shole," pointing out that he actually feels bad for him.
"I actually feel embarrassed for him," Carney said. "I don't hold grudges, man. I really don't. We've all said f--ked-up s--t in private, and divorce is hard."
Getting down to some real bashing, Patrick focused on TMZ tabloid. "I really think personal things are personal things. Like, TMZ? Honestly, they should be f--king ashamed of themselves, that they make a living dragging poor souls that have nothing, that aren't famous, into this world," he said.
"Everybody should be scrutinized? I don't believe that," the drummer stressed. "I think that if you come off with a strong platform or moral agenda, then, yeah, maybe you should be scrutinized if there's a conflict there. Like, if you're a TV evangelist who's doing something awful.
"But you're a f--king rock musician, you're a f--king actor, you're a f--king model or whatever. It's your job, you know what I mean? No one's doing anything illegal, it's just that people are living lives that get complicated," he concluded.