Pretenders legend Chrissie Hynde storms off stage after launching a C-word outburst at her fans

The 66-year-old singer made various offensive gestures and yelled ‘stick your phones up your ass’ before walking off stage

ROCK star Chrissie Hynde stormed off stage after a C-word rant at fans.

The Pretenders singer had also told people filming her: “Stick your phones up your ass.”

American singer called fans ‘c***s’ for filming her during the performance

Hynde, 66, began abusing the audience during her first song at the gig in Dubai.

The American called them “c***s” for recording her.

She went on to say that she didn’t give a “f***” because she already had their money.

As she left the stage, she cocked her leg and told the shocked crowd: “Take a picture of that!”

Chrissie Hynde also said she didn’t give a ‘f***’ because she already had their money

The group played only a handful of songs at the Irish Village venue on Thursday.

They did not do an encore – leaving fans upset at not hearing their 1979 No1 Brass in Pocket.

Expat Nicki Blower said: “She has a reputation for swearing but this was with real venom.”

 Chrissie Hynde apologised for 'being a bit of a b***'
Alastair MacDonald, 38, of Glasgow, said: “She was saying, ‘you’re all c***s’.

“She pointed at people using phones and gave them the finger.”


Hynde last week took to social media to apologise for being a “bit of a b****”.

Writing that she loved the UK tour, she added: “I do want to apologise for being a bit of a b**** when it came to camera phones and just being myself in general.

“As you probably know by now, when i’m not on the stage, i like to retain a very ordinary profile and get embarrassed by uninvited attentions.

“So if I told anyone to ‘get lost’ – it’s just me being the citizen God intended me to be.

“I know sometimes I’m not the celebrity you want, but believe me, I suffer for it later that night and wish i could have been a nicer person.

“But I wasn’t, I’m not, and probably not going to change any time soon. As far as all the cities we didn’t play – we intend to come back and finish the job next year.”