Take that

Robbie Williams Says Hitman Was Hired To Kill Him During Take That Fame

“I’m an ad**khead, don’t hurt me”

Robbie Williams has revealed that a hitman was hired to kill him at the height of his fame with the band Take That.

The singer made the revelation publicly for the first time this week.

Talk to The mirror, Williams said: “I never, ever said that, but I had a contract that required me to kill myself. I’ve never said that publicly before.

” Let’s go. I have friends. Those kinds of things are the unseen things that happen when you become famous.

He also spoke about the consequences of his fame on his mental health.

Take that, Robbie Williams,

“At one point in my life, I was ridiculously famous, like Michael Jackson,” he explained.

“I became famous when I was 17, making a boy band when I was 16 the boy band took off. When I was 21 I left and then I had a solo career, sold 80 million albums, held the record for most tickets sold in one day for a tour and blah, blah, blah…

“Extreme fame and extreme success meet anxiety, depression and mental illness.

“There are several levels of fame and what it does to you. The first is ‘f**k’.

“There are a few more that I can’t remember, but the fourth is acceptance. You kind of rally against having your privacy taken away from you and you rally against it trying to be normal. , trying to be normal, but I’m also going to be small so people don’t beat you up.

“Like, ‘I’m ad**khead, don’t hurt me.’

“I want to go to all the normal places where I can’t go because people want to kill me. It takes time to be accepted.”

the rock dj The singer now lives in Los Angeles with his wife Ayda Field and their four children.

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