Roger Daltrey, 76, has said he is proud of the British public for their resilience in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. The Who frontman admitted he would “clap all day long” for the nation’s healthcare workers and frontline staff, but blamed experts for creating confusion over the lockdown.
Despite being in a high-risk age group, the English rocker said he would not be told to stay in by anyone.
The musician commented: “I live in the countryside so it’s a lot easier, I cannot imagine what it must be like stuck in London in a flat with a couple of kids.
“I’m not moaning about anything but equally as a 76-year-old, I’m not going to be told by anybody to stay in.”
“Go f*** yourselves. We can’t wrap ourselves in cotton wool,” he added.
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