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Theatre producer blasts Michael Moore

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So first let's just discuss the elephant in the room. Yes, apparently there are enough Michael Moore fans in the UK to justify a nationwide tour.

The professional ranter was set to bring his 'Here Comes Trouble' tour to Great Britain with six live dates happening next week. But today, theatre producer David Johnson announced on his Facebook profile that Moore has cancelled the whole thing.

He didn't just share that. He also announced that Moore is a "complete and utter c***" for cancelling at such short notice. The rant goes on to describe how the filmmaker let him down through a third party, despite the pair having a long history together.

Johnson then reveals that when he finally spoke to Moore, he told him "It's none of your business", despite the cancellation costing him an estimated £28,000 ($44,000).

You can read the entire thing here. Oh and commiserations if you already bought a ticket.

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