The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has never shied away from airing his opinions.
A supporter of Brexit, his views have garnered controversy, but he's refused to budge on his political concerns.
Speaking to Sky News, the topic aired its head once more - to Roger Daltrey's clear chagrin.
Exasperated, he berates the presenter, who asked if it will impact on the music industry.
Roger Daltrey responded:"No. What's it got to do with the rock business?"
Asked how the band were going to tour Europe, the frontman responded: "Oh dear! As if we didn't tour in Europe before the f*cking EU. Oh give it up!"
He added: "If you want to sign up to be ruled by a f*cking mafia then you do it!"
Watch the clip below.
The Who singer Roger Daltrey was not impressed when Sky News asked him about Brexit. pic.twitter.com/AWwX1ezQfk— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 16, 2019
The Who play Wembley Stadium in London on July 6th.
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