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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Cliff Wrongly Rises (Yet Again)

That Sir Cliff Richard is demanding another £1.5 million from the BBC shows how utterly outrageous he truly is

 

The ratbag Sir Cliff Richard’s at it again. This monstrous weirdo is now demanding another £1.5 million from the BBC and is again going on about how “heartbroken” he truly is.

 

This king of the distraction technique may well have been not guilty of what he was falsely accused of in Sheffield, but many other questions about his bizarre lifestyle remain unanswered. Sir Cliff may well get a good airing each and every time he goes on Loose Women but really, enough is enough.

 

It is time that this Christian crooner stopped trying to Rise Up like a Phoenix from the flames. Instead, it is time he disappeared for once and for all.

 

Pictured top: Sir Cliff in yet another of his bizarre outfits.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Well Kitty just won’t lay down and be quiet will he. While I dont agree with the way his pad was searched and broadcast to the world. This creep has a lot of questions to answer. I for one would like someone to ask him why his name was on the guest list at you know where. There has been a massive cover up over that whole thing. I guess his day will come, the only problem is, he will probably be dead and unable to answer for it like the paedophile JS.

  2. I have to say there’s a lot of misery etched onto his face now. All the light seems to have gone out of his eyes. He looks far more like someone who has been broken down rather than someone who is “rising like a phoenix”.

    Personally, I think it might be better for him if he quietly retired from the public eye rather than trying to pursue it all through the courts again. I think he made his point when he won his case last year.

    As for Dodge’s point – granted, human beings are social creatures by nature. Thus, a man who has never married nor appears to have had much in the way of romantic relationships is always going to look a bit odd in the eyes of the public, and people will wonder if he has something to hide.
    However, this isn’t proof of anything.

    Similarly, I’m aware that his name circulated on a list online. However, ANYONE can write a list of names and upload it to the Internet. Again, this proves nothing. To use one of President Trump’s favourite phrases – be very wary as there’s a lot of “fake news” online.

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