Popular Irish Rock Band Fires Singer

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DUBLIN (AP)  - The latest in a series of celebrity  firings and arrests today targets the world's most successful rock band U2 as they announced they have fired lead singer Bono from the group after sexual misconduct and groping allegations were published in the Irish Times of Dublin.  According to a complaint filed by a pair of Italian alter boys, the singer allegedly made inappropriate comments and shook the boys hands in an aggressive and suggestive manner at a meeting he had at Vatican City in 1999 with then Pope John Paul II.  One of the victims even alleges the singer coerced him to wear a pair of the his designer sunglasses and repeat unintelligible phrases in Gaelic, the singer's native language.

Guitarist Dave Evans, known to fans as Edge, made the following statement. "We don't tolerate shenanigans in our band, and when these claims were made public we had no choice but to terminate our ties with Bono."

The band who will release their new album Songs of Experience on 1st of December, 2017 have started auditioning replacement singer's for their upcoming promotional tour. Attempts to reach Bono for comment went unanswered.

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