That lovable scamp Morrissey has decided to pull his autobiography from distribution just three days before it was planned to hit the shelves. According to fan site True To You, which regularly receives dispatches from the Moz himself, the book is being killed due to a last minute "content disagreement" between the publisher, Penguin books, and Morrissey. The book was highly anticipated as it was supposedly going to feature inside information about the former Smiths frontman's relationship with Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and why the Smiths ended in the first place.
by John Gentile
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