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2.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

17/06/2021 · Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From 'Idiot' Mark Zuckerberg. Shutterstock. By Alexandra Simon / June 17, 2021 5:06 pm EDT / Updated: June 18, 2021 1:47 pm EDT. In the last few years, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has probably made a lot more enemies than friends. The guy really does not seem to have a lot of fans.

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3.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

Pink Floyd bassist and co-founder Roger Waters has never been one to shy away from sharing his feelings about, well, everything, from Israel to Brexit to US ...

4.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

18/06/2021 · Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg. 2 days ago · Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters vociferously rejected Facebook-owned Instagram’s reported offer of “a huge, huge amount of money” to use “Another Brick in the Wall Part 2” in a commercial for the social media platform. “And the answer is, ‘F*** you.

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5.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

16/06/2021 · The founding Pink Floyd member recently revealed that he'd been approached by the social media giant. ... Roger Waters rejects Facebook’s offer to use Pink Floyd song, slams Mark Zuckerberg ...

6.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

15/06/2021 · Pink Floyd's Roger Waters (left) said he had turned down an offer for a 'huge amount of money' from Facebook for rights to use the song Another …

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7.Pink Floyd Legend Rejects Offer From ‘Idiot’ Mark Zuckerberg

15/06/2021 · Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters revealed that he didn’t accept the offer of Mark Zuckerberg when he wanted to use an iconic Pink Floyd song to promote Instagram and Facebook on his Twitter account. Waters admitted his response after a journalist posted a tweet about it. Previously, Facebook founder, Mark […]

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1.David Gilmour

rock band Pink Floyd. He joined as guitarist and co-lead vocalist in 1968 shortly before the departure of founder member Syd Barrett. Pink Floyd achieved

2.Progressive rock

filmed as Pink Floyd – The Wall.[citation needed] Punk and prog were not necessarily as opposed as is commonly believed. Both genres reject commercialism

3.Roy Harper (singer)

acknowledged by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Pete Townshend, Kate Bush, Pink Floyd, and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, who said Harper was his "...primary

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