Written by LEDHEAD

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

image for Artist formerly known as Prince picks fight with Nigel Farage over colour purple
Squiggle symbol that Prince used whilst not using name Prince.

Pint size rocker Squiggle, formerly known as Prince has publicly announced that Nigel Farage' s new book entitled, 'the Purple Revolution' infringes on his intellectual rights that pertain to that of the Revolution rock band which was his intellectual creation dating back as far as 1979. Not only that, but it is well known global fact that purple is Squiggle' s favourite colour and he is raging at Farage for trying to make some kind if connection to his iconic imagery.

Squiggle' s attorneys have bought a number of copies of the said book and are scrutinising them to see if there has been any suggestion of attempted linkage between the two.

Nigel Farage is said to be clueless why Prince has taken this so personally and wanted it publicly known that he would be the first to hit the dance floor if any DJ ever played Purple Rain or the likes. Farage went on to say that Prince's father, Little Richard, could take things a lot better and that he knew how to take it on the chin.

Prince is said to be profoundly upset that immigration issues in the UK seem to be the main concern of Mr Farage's UKIP political party and the way colour purple was being misrepresented.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Nigel Farage, Prince




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