Singer Sandi Thom Tells BBC Radio To ‘Shove It Up Your Ass’ After Her Single Is Rejected — Watch Her Tearful Breakdown

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Scottish singer Sandi Thom took to social media to tell her fans she was done with the “bullsh*t” of the music industry after BBC Radio 2 decided not to add her new single to their playlist!

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The 34-year-old posted a teary-eyed video on her Facebook, ranting about how she was “f*cking sick to death” of having her song turned down by the powers that be!

She said:

“I wrote a song that is pop and catchy and fits their format and there is no reason why they shouldn’t play my music and I swear to God they have no idea how much it actually hurts when it’s been years and years trying to gain some kind of respect from these people.”

Sandi first saw fame back in 2006 when her song I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker topped the charts, but saw little success in the following years — only two of her twelve singles made the charts!

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We guess the rejection of her latest single Earthquake was the final straw! The rocker said after years of trying she is “done with this industry,” lamenting:

“I am f*cking sick and tired of having to sit on the edge of my seat waiting for these people to come back and tell me their verdict of whether this song is going to be a success.”

The singer is still posting videos on her Facebook page, so we’re not sure if she’s really “done” with the industry or if she’s just going rogue!

Do YOU think Sandi’s rant is inspiring or just unprofessional? Check it out (below) and decide for yourself!

Ch-ch-check out a clip of her rejected song (below) to decide if YOU think it was worthy of radio play!

[Image via YouTube.]

Nov 12, 2015 1:07pm PDT

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