Prince Andrew’s controversial song unexpectedly breaks into Top 20 singles chart on Queen’s Jubilee

Essex punk band The K**ts released the children’s rhyme The Grand Old Duke of York, in which they mock the prince’s financial settlement with Virginia Giuffre

A controversial song mocking Prince Andrew has unexpectedly broken into the top 20 of the UK singles chart as the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee.

Essex punk band The K**ts released the children’s rhyme The Grand Old Duke of York, in which they mock the prince’s financial settlement with Virginia Giuffre, who has brought a case civil sexual assault against him in the United States.

The Duke of York has strongly denied all wrongdoing but relinquished his royal duties when the case closed in March this year.

The song with the controversial title, ‘Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N***e’, trailing behind Lady Gaga’s ‘Hold My Hand’, appeared on Top Gun: The Maverick earlier in the week.

Talking to NME“For me, growing up with the folklore surrounding The Sex Pistols’ ‘God Save The Queen’ being robbed of the top spot in 777, a Jubilee celebration has always been a celebration,” the chief said. felt like it might be a good opportunity to address any grievances one might have with our unelected head of state and her wise child.”







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Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has secured his fourth solo album number one in the UK with his latest release C’Mon You Know.

Gallagher, 49, previously hit the top spot as a solo artist with 2017’s As You Were, Why Me? Why Not in 2019 and MTV Unplugged in 2020.

The former Oasis star’s recent success on the Official Charts Company album chart has put him on par with his brother Noel as seven of Oasis’ studio albums hit number one, while Noel has three more. topped the charts under Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, as well as a hugely successful album.

The Gallagher brothers have been involved in a feud since the band split in 2009, fueled by a backstage brawl at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris.







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Fans have long hoped for a reunion, but in 2020, Liam said Noel turned down £100m to reshuffle the band for a tour.

Liam is due to give two sold-out shows at Knebworth Park over the bank holiday weekend, nearly 26 years after Oasis rose to fame at the venue.

The Manchester-born singer also boasts a concurrent new entry second on the official top five album chart, with his live album Down By The River Thames coming in at number four.

Speaking to OfficialCharts.com, Gallagher said: “What do we have here? The other Number One record holder siblings. Thank you to everyone who purchased C’mon You Know and Down By The River.

“I am stirring, you are very kind. Thank you everyone and see you soon.”

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