Sir Paul McCartney wouldn’t want to have become famous in the age of social media.
The 78-year-old singer thinks there is a lot of “pressure” in making Instagram profiles seem interesting and though he’s happy to “dip in” now and again, he’d rather let his team run his online accounts so he can focus on making music.
He said: “I would not want to be trying to get famous now, with social media and stuff.
“Lots of people in my family do Instagram and I say, ‘I can’t believe you’re doing this, because every time you post something you’ve got to think of something clever to say.’ It’s the worst pressure on earth. Because all you’re doing is taking a picture of your breakfast and you’ve got to say, ‘Pancakes are not just for Shrove Tuesday.’ For me that is not fun.
“In truth, I do have an Instagram account and I occasionally dip into it, but it’s not really me. It’s my team who do it. I like it and I like that they do it, and when I do dip in I kind of enjoy…