Julian Lennon: 'Paul McCartney is snubbing me'

John Lennon's son angry that Macca didn't invite him to his wedding

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Julian Lennon has accused Paul McCartney of snubbing him by not inviting him to his wedding or acknowledging him at a recent film premiere.

Lennon – son of Beatles legend John – posted a message on his personal Facebook page claiming he was being "ignored" by McCartney after he blanked him on the red carpet at a screening of Martin Scorsese's new film George Harrison: Living In The Material World.

He also hit out at the singer for not inviting him to his wedding to American heiress Nancy Shevell, which took place in London last month (October 2), or the couple's second ceremony in New York several weeks later (October 22).

On October 23, he wrote:
Wow… Snubbed at Macca's wedding, snubbed at the anniversary of [Beatles musical] LOVE! in Vegas! Snubbed at Macca's wedding reception in NY, last night.

Lennon , who is Lennon's son from his first marriage to Cynthia Powell, went on to add: "Snubbed at George's film premiere… What have I done to be ignored in such a way?

"I was not invited to ANY of these events… I thought we had a relationship… Obviously not."

The singer concluded by saying: "Gimme some truth… Maybe now it's time to tell the truth… I & my mother will not be eradicated from history… How dare they."

Julian Lennon released his sixth studio album 'Everything Changes', his first LP in 13 years, last month. Speaking about the album and his lengthy hiatus, he said: "I get twitchy if I don't pick up a guitar or sit at the piano every now and then… I have to do it; I don't have a choice."


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