Former chauffeur to the, er… Stings, unusually-named Mick Madadi, claimed in a newspaper interview last month that the couple’s reputation as being blissfully married is a sham. And, Madadi says, it’s all the fault of his bloody banjo.
Sting (CDs) is a man famous for many things – namely being smugger than any man alive, taking his top off a lot, not selling as many records as he used to and just generally being quite annoying. But, according to his old chauffeur Mick Madadi, all is not well between Sting and his wife Trudie Styler. In a newspaper interview last month, the following genius quotes flowed from Madadi’s lips:
"You see all these pictures of Sting and Trudie hand-in-hand and
kissing sweetly and it’s a lot of rubbish."
“Trudie is so needy but Sting is never there.”
"[Sting is] just into
playing his banjo and getting stoned.”
Sounds like Sting’s marriage is just fine as far as Sting is concerned.
Frankly, what’s the point in being super-rich if you can’t just have a
toot and a twang in the garden? We can’t think of a better way of
relaxing after another marathon seven hour sex session.
of this from Trudie’s point of view – surely the one saving grace of
Sting’s records is that they’re not performed purely on banjo. Now
imagine him on your patio all-hours knocking out hillbilly versions of
Roxanne. This sounds like abuse, not neglect.
The high-voiced one is launching a breach of confidence suit against Madadi.
[story by Simon Sharp]