Yoko Ono Breaks Up Her Kid Nephew’s Rock Band
LONDON, UK (The Global Edition) – Yoko Ono, a 79-year-old Japanese-American conceptual artist, author, and peace activist, has led her young nephew’s band into a falling out, The Global Edition is reporting exclusively.
According to a several sources close to the group, the avant-garde artist was the direct cause of the break up of “The Teddy Bear Turbos”, her 9-year-old nephew’s progressive garage rock band. Ms. Ono was said to have spent way too much time with the young musicians, and also reportedly convinced young David to take the band’s music in a totally different direction.
“My auntie is right!” David Tenant said. “We need to change things in our music, we have to experiment with different styles, genres, and types of media so that we can find our own specific sound and cement our place in rock history. If these dummies can’t see this, then maybe it’s best that we go our separate ways,” Mr. Tenant, the 9-year-old lead singer and guitarist for the group added.
Jeremy “Bobcat” Westbrook, the band’s bass player, reacted harshly to Mr. Tenant’s statement and called him a “poopy head who listens to his auntie like some kind of a little Nancy boy!”
The remaining members of The Teddy Bear Turbos announced that they are planning to stick together and make music without their lead singer and guitarist. Mr. Westbrook added that they have already started working on two new singles called “Yokoonophobia” & “David the Sissy”.