McCartney has been blamed by many fans of the band for their split.
London-Paul McCartney discussed the dissolution again with the Beatles and categorically denied his suggestion of being responsible for it.
In an episode of the BBC’s “This Cultural Life” radio program aired on October 23, McCartney said that it was John Lennon who wanted to disband the band.
McCartney stated, “I didn’t incite separation.” McCartney said, “That’s our Johnny.”
McCartney was blamed by many fans who have been arguing for years about the cause of the split. McCartney claimed that Lennon’s desire to “break away” was the main driver of the split.
McCartney said that the confusion about the split stems from the band’s manager asking members not to say anything until several commercial transactions are concluded.
The interview was conducted before the debut of the six-hour documentary by Peter Jackson. This documentary tells the story about the last months and the band’s history. The disbandment process of The Beatles will be described in the documentary “The Beatles Return”, which will air on Disney+ in November. Observers first reported McCartney’s remarks.
McCartney answered John Wilson’s question about his decision to follow his path. I’m not the one inciting division. No, no, no. John walked in to the office one day and stated, “I want Leaving The Beatles.” “Is this inciting seperation?”
McCartney expressed sorrow over the separation and noted that the organization was still doing “very good things”.
“That’s where I belong, that is my job, that is my life. McCartney stated that McCartney would continue to sing.