Brian May of the Queen tears her butt “to shreds” while gardening in quarantine

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Brian May underwent an unexpected “reality check” after a quarantined home leisure activity failed.

The Queen guitarist went on his Instagram this week to reveal why he has been “silent” lately on social media.

“Besides being too stretched and harassed by too many demands … I managed to tear my Gluteus Maximus to shreds in an overly enthusiastic gardening moment,” May said in an Instagram caption.

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May went on to say that he was in so much pain that he ended up going to the hospital for tests.

“It turns out that I did a thorough job – a few days ago – and I won’t be able to walk for a while … or sleep without much help, because the pain is relentless,” he said. he adds. .

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May admitted that it would take him “dark” for a while to take a well-deserved rest and rehabilitate.

Adam Lambert, left, and Brian May, of Queen, perform at the Global Citizen Festival in New York. Lambert and May, along with their teammate Roger Taylor, recently met virtually to record a new version of the Queen's classic,

Adam Lambert, left, and Brian May, of Queen, perform at the Global Citizen Festival in New York. Lambert and May, as well as their teammate Roger Taylor, recently met virtually to record a new version of the queen’s classic, “We Are the Champions”. “You Are the Champions” was broadcast early on Friday on all streaming and download services, with proceeds donated to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
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Videos the guitarist shared on Instagram show a selfie he took while wearing a face mask. He also shared a video of his sight while being shot around a hospital floor.

Just a week before the incident, May teamed up with drummer Roger Taylor and singer Adam Lambert to record a remix of the Queen classic “We Are The Champions”. A message for healthcare workers on the front line of the fight against coronaviruses, the new song was aptly entitled “You Are The Champions”.

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Brian May at BBC Radio 2 on May 07, 2019 in London, England.

Brian May at BBC Radio 2 on May 07, 2019 in London, England.
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The proceeds of the song will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund of the World Health Organization.

Since the announcement of her injury, it seems that May is not yet finished with Instagram. On Thursday, the singer released two long videos about Prime Minister Boris Johnson and how he gave up managing the coronavirus crisis.

“We have a Prime Minister who, in fact, could not lock us out quickly enough because of economic considerations, fearing that the damage to the economy would be worse than the thousands of lives lost Said May in his speech. ” It’s not clear. We have a Prime Minister who did not have the sense to follow his own directives on social distancing and making contact, so he fell ill and at the very moment when this country needed strong leadership, he was absent. “

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May said it was time for her homeland to bring about change, starting with the government.

“This country needs leadership towards a new place, a place where we all start over with new priorities,” he said. “I believe that new agendas can be developed and this government cannot do it. If he can’t do it, he has to step down and let people take over because we need a new Britain. Not from ancient Britain. “

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