Pink Floyd Founder denied Zuckerberg’s use of his Song for Facebook


One of the founders of the Pink Floyd group, Roger Waters, speaking at a forum in support of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, said that he refused Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg the opportunity to get the rights to the second part of the song Another Brick in the Wall for monetary compensation for use in the company’s film.

“This is a request for the right to use my song Another Brick in the Wall 2 when creating a movie to promote Instagram. So, this is an official message from Mark Zuckerberg to me with an offer of a huge, gigantic amount of money, and my answer is: go to hell! No way!”, – said Waters.

According to him, he will not participate in the “nonsense” organized by Zuckerberg.

Instagram Facebook and Instagram want to use it to make Facebook and Instagram even bigger and more powerful than they are, to continue to censor all of us in this room, and to prevent this story about Julian Assange from becoming public, ” the rock musician explained.

Waters also called Zuckerberg “one of the most powerful assholes in the world” and “a little bastard.”


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