John Lennon Responsible for Beatles Breakup

The legendary Beatles frontman Paul McCartney rejected the notion that he was responsible for the disbandment band the legendary.

Speaking on an episode of BBC Radio 4’s “This Cultural Life” to be broadcast on October 23, McCartney said John Lennon was the one who wanted to disband The Beatles.

He said, “I didn’t start it… it was Johnny.” The fans band it has long been debated who is responsible for the group’s disbandment. Many of them blame McCartney.

The Beatles met with the media at Kennedy Airport in New York City on February 7, 1964, on their first visit to the United States.  The group consisted of Paul McCartney (left to right), Ringo Starr, George Harrison and John Lennon.  (Photo: AP)

The Beatles met with the media at Kennedy Airport in New York City on February 7, 1964, on their first visit to the United States. The group consisted of Paul McCartney (left to right), Ringo Starr, George Harrison and John Lennon. (Photo: AP)

But McCartney said Lennon’s desire to “separate” was the main cause. The confusion over the split was allowed to linger as their manager asked the members band to remain silent until he completes a number of business deals, McCartney said.

The interview comes ahead of the release of Peter Jackson’s six-hour documentary that describes the final months of band the.

“The Beatles: Get Back,” will be released in November on Disney+, and will cover the legendary band’s disbandment. (vm / jm)

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