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Ian Brown deletes all of his coronavirus conspiracy tweets

Ian Brown has deleted all of his tweets about coronavirus conspiracy theories.The former Stone Roses frontman has been active on social media for the last two months in which he’s voiced his concerns that the pandemic was “planned and designed to make us digital slaves”.

He also seemingly advocated for the anti-mask and anti-vaxx movements.Yesterday (October 16) the news emerged that the singer, who performs solo under his own name, had wiped all messages of that nature from his Twitter account.DJ, journalist and author Dave Haslam, who was active during the “Madchester” scene that harboured the Stone Roses in the late ’80s/early ’90s, was one of many who noticed Brown’s deletions.

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