This isn’t the best week for Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme. However, admitting that you have a problem is the first step to recovery, and he somewhat expressed that in his recent apology video. Homme is continuing to face the aftermath of his actions from kicking a female photographer in the face who was shooting the band during a radio festival in Los Angeles, and that’s resulted in a more cuddly version of the singer being pulled from television.
BBC decided to suspend Homme’s episodes for their children’s show CBeebies. Just a few months ago, the network aired the first episode featuring the rocker telling a story about a clumsy dragon named Zog. As a result from his inexcusable actions, BBC told the Telegraph that the additional two episodes will not air “until the matter is resolved.” Additionally, the BBC revealed the following:
“We won’t broadcast any new material or re-broadcast his previous story.”
We’re sure that’s disappointing news to Homme, and that will hopefully be another consequence of his action that weighs on his conscience.