PUBLISHED: 11:03, Thu, May 7, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:14, Thu, May 7, 2020
Queen guitarist Brian May has taken a break from his Instagram micro-concerts to make a serious political statement. The 72-year-old, who had to go to the hospital this week after ripping his Gluteus Maximus during a bout of over-enthusiastic gardening, began a new video with a guitar strum before launching off on what he called “a micro-rant” at Boris Johnson. May wrote in the video’s description: “Towards a New World - not back to the old one.”
He continued: “No MicroConcert tonight - just a micro-rant.
“Not very coherent, I’m sure - I’m tired and in pain - but an attempt to say - before it’s too late - ‘Wake up Britain’ - and ‘Rise to the occasion, Boris’.
“The world we had before this CoronaVirus was not good enough. We need a radical rethink.
“If you agree ... DO something about it !!! Make your voice heard !!! Time to #RethinkBritain - Bri.”
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Queen’s Brian May calls on Boris to ‘rise up to the occasion’ – ‘Wake up Britain!’ WATCH (Image: GETTY/INSTAGRAM)
The Queen legend highlighted a video he posted previously talking of mankind’s effect on the environment and animal welfare.
The narrator, playing coronavirus, asked if the sickness would wake up humanity to the sickness of the planet, asking what