Jack White has a number of bones to pick with Rolling Stone magazine, and listed them Wednesday for nearly three minutes during a Boston show at Fenway Park.
White criticized The Foo Fighters for having two guitarists playing the same riffs and chords, and then joked his comments were “something for RollingStone.com for tomorrow.”
“I like to feed them something every day for their click bait,” White said.
The former White Stripes frontman scolded the longstanding music publication for covering the Kardashian family, as well as what “Taylor Swift wore this morning.” He continued to bash Rolling Stone for reserving black and white covers for dead celebrities, and being owned by the company behind US Magazine, “tabloid capitol of magazines.”
“Okay, I’m officially supposed to stop now because this is becoming a Kanye West-esque rant for RollingStone.com, because apparently now days you’re not allowed to speak to your own fans about anything that could be a rant,” White said. “Forget ISIS, forget the war in the Middle East, forget any problems at home, forget gay marriage, forget everything you’ve ever thought about anything. This is not a rant, this is just me saying hello Cleveland!”
“Brought to you by RollingStone.com,” White added.
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