Morrissey is at it again.
The former Smiths frontman, who has become notorious for speaking his uncensored mind and blasting prominent figures (including the royal family), has written a lengthy blog post entitled "The World Won't Listen," where he slams Deadly Passion host Melissa Bachman after smiling for a photo over a lion that was shot dead.
But Morrissey didn't stop there, and made sure to take some shots at the royal family, too. Especially Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa.
"Similarly, on October 5, the Daily Mail newspaper gave us all an 'amusing' report of thickwit Pippa Middleton laughing as she stood over 50 birds shot dead by her friends and herself after a 'busy day's shooting,'" he wrote.
"We are reminded by the Daily Mail that Middleton is a 'socialite', which tells us that she is privileged and can more-or-less kill whatever she likes—and, therefore she does. The sick face of modern Britain, Pippa Middleton will kill deer, boar, birds—any animal struggling to live, or that gets in her socialite way.
"This is because her sister is, of course, Kate, who herself became 'royal' simply by answering the telephone at the right time, and this association allows Pippa's kill, kill, kill mentality to be smilingly endorsed by the British print media, to which only the mentally deficient could join in with the laughter."
Morrissey continued to bash the royal family, writing, "Speech is a question of rhythm, and even this the Queen has failed to master in her very lengthy lifetime of being unable to address a nation without auto-cue. Is she incapable of speaking directly from the heart? That the future of the monarchy rests on the natural idiocy of Harry, zombified William and airhead Kate, is quite frightening. We, the British public, are trapped."
Although his post was mainly throwing shade at a number of people, the celeb did actually praise at least one familiar name—Russell Brand.
"Thank you to Russell Brand for standing up and speaking out in recent weeks. Like anyone who speaks out in modern Britain, he has been shot down," he wrote, and ended on this note, "I write this without outburst; a staunch non-terrorist, quietly, calmly and composedly, as I mourn the loss of the land."