The beatles' break up

@nawanta (328)
Indonesia
October 19, 2009 7:38pm CST
Who do you think is the most 'guilty' in the beatles' break up?
6 responses
• United States
3 Dec 09
Definitely Paul McCartney (I not sure that's the correct spelling). I read a Rolling Stone article about hoe Paul did not want to sign with a new manager for some reason, and refused to sign it. So, Paul had a different manager than the rest to the Beatles, causing conflicts of interest, which eventually led to their demise!
23 Oct 09
I believe that is incorrect. The reason is John Lennon, though heavily influenced by Yoko One, no doubt. He was ready for a new chapter in his life, to do more with it than what he had accomplished with The Beatles. He then became a semi-radical peace activist to pursue his idealistic world of peace and love. Another reason would be that he especially had grown tired of the animosity that was becoming more commonplace in the group.
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@ElicBxn (60884)
• United States
21 Oct 09
Yoko, most of the others didn't like her and she was certainly part of the reason that John's first marriage failed. Tho, Paul didn't help any because he didn't like the way they were being managed either.
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• United States
20 Oct 09
yoko ..DUH
@nawanta (328)
• Indonesia
20 Oct 09
Agree..
@erdhee (57)
• Indonesia
30 Oct 10
Yoko ono.. Hmm.. But i cant judge her, because its all about love.. :"(
@artofreed (130)
• Indonesia
15 Nov 09
Yoko Ono and John Lennon, off course.