English musician Morrissey doesn’t often bite his tongue when it comes to the subject of animal cruelty.
The singer stated that he was “delighted” that a bull gored a “serial killer” bull fighter in Mexico City. Moz didn’t hold back in his statement adding that he was “sad the bull did not come away with [her] ear”.
During his recent ‘World Peace Is None Of Your Business’ tour, he showed footage of bulls injuring bull fighters on a big screen.
The Mancunian wrote a lengthy post titled ‘The shame of beloved Mexico’, about the gored matador named Karla de los Angeles, on fansite True To You.
Morrissey wrote: “I felt delighted this week to see serial killer Karla de los Angeles justifiably gored in a bullring in Mexico City against her largely defenseless opponent.”
“Make no mistake: there is no such thing as bullfighting. For the torment and slaughter of each bull there is an avowed plan and a strict script, so therefore there is no possibility of a contest of any kind. Yet there is the illusion of contest and action even if the order of events is very efficient – so efficient, in fact, that whenever the bull ‘wins’ it is reported that the event has ‘gone wrong’.”
The singer commented on the Karla’s radio interview last week, stating: “Driven by perverted impulse, Karla de los Angeles wants to kill another being that has actually posed no threat to her, and her radio comment following this week’s failed attempt to out-wit a dying bull had de los Angeles confessing: ‘I am sad because I could not cut off the bull’s ear.’
“Well, Karla, please understand this: we are sad that the bull did not come away with YOUR ear.”