Yoko Ono thanked McCartney for denying her influence in the split of the Beatles
November 11, 2012
Recently, Paul McCartney gave an interview to a British magazine. There, the former Beatle had noted that the historic band he formed with Lennon, Starr and Harrison had not been separated by the influence of Yoko Ono.
A month after the statements, Ono thanked publicly McCartney for saying that she was not the reason for the split of the band in 1970.
For a long time, Ono was regarded as responsible for the breakup of the Beatles. Paul’s remarks ended the matter. Lennon’s widow argued “he is a brave man.”
“I thought people knew that I was not responsible, but, surprisingly, many people still believe that. Paul is very brave. Thank you” said Yoko.