Daniel Johns launches extraordinary spray at GQ Australia
Daniel Johns launches an extraordinary spray at GQ Australia after the release of his latest studio album FutureNever: “It’s like I don’t exist”
Daniel Johns has launched an extraordinary attack on men’s lifestyle magazine GQ Australia.
The 43-year-old former Silverchair frontman took to his social media to slam the publication for ignoring him following the release of his latest solo album, FutureNever, which was released in April.
Johns, along with his Silverchair bandmates, made the cover of GQ Australia in 2007 as “Man of the Year”, at the height of the band’s fame.
Daniel Johns (pictured) has launched an extraordinary attack on men’s lifestyle magazine GQ Australia. The 43-year-old former Silverchair frontman took to his social media to slam the post for ignoring him following the release of his latest solo album, FutureNever.
Posting to his Instagram Stories, the star noted that GQ posted stories about him and Silverchair in 2003, 2007 and 2015.
He included photos of the items in his post and captioned the post: ‘And yet GQ Australia treats me like I don’t exist.’
The troubled music legend also posted a photo of the 2007 ‘Men of the Year’ cover and included a graphic of a three-star rating in the photo.
Johns, along with his Silverchair bandmates, graced the cover of GQ in 2007 as “Man of the Year”, atop the band’s best-selling notoriety.
Johns seems upset that the lifestyle magazine ignored him
Elsewhere, John claimed a new sauna blanket product was getting rave reviews from GQ – and he was getting unwanted promotions for the item.
He posted a photo of the product announcement to his Instagram story and added a scathing caption.
“Literally reviewing the f**king sauna blankets and targeting me with sponsored posts to really rub them,” he messaged.
The Instagram story of Johns’ post
He added the hashtags: “bulls**t”, “scumbag”, “give me my 3 stars” and “I’ll probably take 2”.
Johns received fan support for his spray and added it to his stories.
Featuring a digitally designed bust of Johns, the follower added a three-star rating graphic and captioned the image, “GQ Australia give this man the love he deserves.”
Johns received fan support for his spray against GQ and he added it to his stories