Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon, has again responded to 83 years to a question that is often asked him: no, she reiterated it did not cause the separation of the Beatles. The singer, born in Japan, went back on his career in the American magazine specializing in celebrity US Weekly . In an article entitled “25 things you do not know about me,” his answer number 24 said: “I have nothing to do with the separation of the Beatles. And I think Paul (McCartney) is a pretty cool guy. “
The reasons why the group from Liverpool to part in 1970 have long been the subject of controversy between fans and historians, with some saying that the constant presence of Yoko Ono in the recording studio had increased tensions between the four band members. John Lennon and Yoko Ono met in 1966 and were subsequently became lovers and artistic companions.
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Yoko Ono also said that John Lennon, murdered by a unbalanced in New York in 1980, he missed every day. Other elements disclosed in the interview, the singer said he had not drunk a drop of alcohol since the 1950s and that, if it were to be reincarnated as an animal, she would choose a sparrow.
Yoko Ono released last week a remix album entitled “Yes, I’m a witch too” ( “Yes, I am also a witch”). Among the artists who contributed to this album included Moby and his son, Sean Lennon.