Love Slams Film And Record Industries
COURTNEY LOVE has risked alienating Hollywood and the entire music industry - by ranting about actors and record company bosses.
The former Hole frontwoman branded male film stars "self-destructive" and "b***hes", and lashed out at record chiefs for over album royalties.
And she suggests music industry bosses should have been more sensitive when her husband, Nirvana rocker Kurt Cobain, committed suicide in 1994.
Love, who starred in 1996 film The People vs. Larry Flynt, tells Heeb magazine, "I didn't really want to be a movie star, and people do not understand that, because everyone wants to be a movie star, but me. Let me tell you something, man. I can't even stomach (although I do it sometimes) dating actors, because they're b***hes. They're women. They're waiting around for someone to call them. You know, part of it's self-destructive as hell, and I guess a lot of people are really shocked by that kind of conscious decision that I just don't want to play this game.
"Let's also get real about it, you have a very dark, twisted, horrible thing like a suicide happen in your life, and you're still getting f**ked by the industry, but here's the reality: Every time you buy a Nirvana record, part of that money is not going to Kurt's child, or to me, it's going to a handful of Jew loan officers, Jew private banks, it's going to lawyers who are also bankers, it's going to 60 PAs."