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The head of the DUP Edwin Poots said Paisley’s actions at the Europa Hotel were bad and should never have happened.
The row erupted after the musician’s four concerts at the Belfast hotel were canceled at the last minute last Thursday as live music is still not allowed under coronavirus regulations. After the cancellation, Morrison, a vocal critic of the Covid-19 restrictions, took the stage and addressed the audience of 140 chanting, “Robin Swann is very dangerous! “
Video footage then showed him inviting Paisley onto the stage, where they continued singing.
Poots told the BBC he saw the video and Paisley found himself in an “embarrassing situation”. Poots said that shouldn’t have happened, that he spoke to Paisley and that Paisley apologized to Swann, a member of the Ulster Unionist Party.
Union member for Ulster [member the legislative assembly] Mike Nesbitt said: “Ian Paisley will know Robin Swann has faced death threats during this pandemic. I think the party leader and the new prime minister [Paul Givan] need to take action against Ian Paisley because what he did was a disgrace.
Following the incident, Cashmere issued a statement in which he said he did not believe Swann was dangerous.
He added, “I was put on the spot and called up on stage and tried to end it by referring to some of Van’s music. What was parody, comedy, joke and sarcasm shouldn’t be overstated. ”


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