Roger Waters, the former lead singer of the Pink Floyd band, recently participated in a protest in support of Julian Assange. Later, he confirmed that Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg had asked him to use another song “Another Brick on the Wall” in his upcoming Instagram campaign, Part 2.
The footage of the press conference quickly spread on the Internet.
“Eat! No chance,” Roger’s answer to Zuckerberg’s question.
He claimed that they provided him with a huge number to use the song, although he did not say how much.
“I don’t want to attend this meeting, Zuckerberg,” Roger said in the video.
Roger read a part of a letter allegedly written by Zuckerberg.
“We want to thank you for considering this project. We feel that the core feeling of this song is still so extensive and necessary today, which shows that this is a timeless work,” the letter reads. By Roger.
“They want to use this song to make Facebook and Instagram bigger and stronger than they are now, and to continue to censor all of us and prevent Julian Assange’s story from being made public,” the musician said.