YOKO Ono is not a lady to be messed with!
Ono — the widow of Beatles legend John Lennon — apparently lost her cool during an interview Thursday in Los Angeles, where she was promoting an upcoming PBS documentary about her late husband.
After telling a room full of TV writers how Lennon was the first man ever to push a baby stroller in public, Ono reportedly attacked New York Post reporter Sean Daly for asking why she never left New York after Lennon’s murder.
“That’s sexist and racist,” she replied. “I think that you would want to live there, too. No one’s going to comment that you would go to maybe a whorehouse or something like that right after your wife died!”
The 77-year-old also said she is fearful for her safety and the safety of her family should Lennon’s killer, Mark David Chapman, be granted parole on Monday:
“He can be a danger — especially to us, to me, Julian and Sean. But I think that maybe he would be a danger to other people too.”
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