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Amy Winehouse Is Very British

Hallo Govna! Sweep your chimney I will I will! Jesus, what an accent. Apparently she grew up in Oliver Twist’s orphanage. I have to fight the urge to serve her gruel and beat her with a ruler.

Amy Winehouse took home 5 Grammy awards on Sunday, winning every category she was up for. In related news, she also won 5 Crackies, an award given out by crack dealers world wide. I think it’s kind of rigged though. I mean, look at the trophy.

That one goes above the fireplace. Anyway, not everyone is happy about Amy winning a Grammy. People.com reports, artist Natalie Cole is not happy:

“I don’t think she should have won. I think it sends a bad message to our young people who are trying to get into this business, the ones who are trying to do it right and really trying to keep themselves together,” said Cole, 58. “We have to stop rewarding bad behavior.”

Oh, okay. Yes, let’s stop giving musicians that do drugs, awards. Here’s a list of every musician in the history of the Grammy Awards, who has won an award and NEVER done drugs.

  1. Yanni

7 Responses to "Amy Winehouse Is Very British"

  1. Steve says:

    FUCK YANNI! Holytaco Fuckin’ RULES YO!!!

  2. Clit Wizard says:

    yeah the best music in the world was written on drugs. even movies, and books

  3. nick says:

    you are a racist. if she was black you wouldn’t be making fun would you? no, so choose your stereotypes wisely.

  4. nick says:

    also, she didn’t win Best Album — another category she was nominated for. Sigh. Fact check PLEASE!

  5. ace says:

    is there anything drugs cant solve?

  6. dickgrays1 says:

    The irony — actually hypocrisy — here is that Natalie Cole won two Grammys in 1975 and another in 1976 and she was busted for heroin in 1975. She didn’t enter rehab until 1983.

    Her dad would be spinning in his grave if she wasn’t always resurrecting him for another fucking song.

  7. Warren Zevon says:

    A British person sounds British?!?!?!??! What next, an obnoxious american?