Angry fans who are still desperately trying to come to terms with the fact that their music idol Amy Winehouse is no longer of this world are absolutely furious at the disrespect being shown to her so soon after her passing after an anti-drugs poster using the singer was posted on the internet.
Slammed by her fans as “tasteless and disrespectful” the poster reads:
“No to the decriminalisation of drugs.”
The anti-drugs Â poster featuring the tragic singer who was found dead at her North London home on July 23, is the brainchild of a group of up and coming wannabe politicians dedicated to the Young SVP based in Unterwallis, Switzerland.
As of yet the poster has only been seen via online but the political group are strongly considering printing out copies to paste up and use in the public sector.
President of the Young SVP Gregory Logean said of the anti-drugs poster:
“Amy’s death put a sad reality before our eyes that other parties often forget.
“The harmful effects of drug consumption.
“We are displaying a photo that the whole world already knows.
“Winehosue was known not only for her songs, but above all for her drug excesses.”
There has been much speculation regarding what lay behind the cause of the Back to black singers death at 27-years-old, but it will be several weeks before the true facts are revealed.
One angry and upset fan fumed:
“How could they do something like this?
This is so disrespectful.
“Amy has only just died!”