Russell Brand Destroys U.S. News Anchors Live On TV

British comedian Russell Brand is well known for his sharp wit and insane ability to reduce those who attempt to criticize or talk down to him into shuddering nervous wrecks unable to string coherent sentences together and it appears he’s done it again.

Brand appeared on the Msnbc show, Morning Joe, to promote his new tour, The Messiah Complex, but it wasn’t long before the show’s hosts got on the wrong side of him. They repeated referred to Brand in the third person as if he wasn’t there in the studio with them and complained about not being able to understand what he was talking about, so in true flamboyant Brand style, he gave them a lesson in manners and taught them a few tips and tricks that are useful when presenting a television show. Continue Reading

Russell Brand Interviews Two Members of the Westboro Baptist Church

I’m no fan of Russell Brand, but I must admit he did well to keep his cool here.

Watch Russell Brand In Parliament – In A Tank Top!

Celebrity funny man Russell Brand spoke in parliament today, giving his personal opinion on what can be done to help drug addicts and how improvements can be made to their treatment.

Brand, appearing in British Parliament in his customary flamboyant attire was his usual charismatic, idiosyncratic self. He did not tone down any of the behaviors that make him a popular public figure, but did however make some very interesting and intelligent arguments.

He spoke about being arrested 12 times for drugs charges and explained the various reasons why he became an addict. He also quoted the infamous late rapper Tupac Shakur saying, “Role is something people play, Model is something people make, both of these things are fake!” Despite consistently joking around with the committee, who were quite clearly not sure how to handle his unique sense of humor, Brand’s underlying message was an important one.

He argued that drug addiction should be treated as health and social welfare issue rather than as a criminal one. He said; “It is more important that we regard people suffering from addiction with compassion and there is a pragmatic rather than a symbolic approach to treating it.”Continue Reading