The musician decided to delve into the past of the Liverpool quartet.

In 1970, music lovers around the world were shocked by the news that The Beatles had disbanded. The musicians were in no hurry to voice the reasons for this decision, but the audience guessed that it was all about John Lennon, who was too carried away by Yoko Ono.

Paul McCartney shed light on the true reason for the breakup of the legendary group. The musician noted that the team hid the imminent end of their career for almost a year.

“I did not provoke a split. It was our Johnny. One day he entered the room and said that he was leaving The Beatles. Then he said: “This is my group!” – McCartney told the Guardian magazine.

The band’s manager Allen Klein advised the musicians to keep their mouths shut and continue to work under contracts.

“So for several months we had to pretend. It was weird because we all knew it was the end of The Beatles, but we couldn’t just leave, ”McCartney said.

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Author: Alexander Trubin

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