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Scathing 1971 letter from John Lennon to Paul McCartney up for auction

A scathing letter from John Lennon to Sir Paul McCartney is going up for auction and is expected to fetch up to $30,000.

The late Beatles legend sent furious a typewritten letter to his bandmate, 80, in response to an interview Paul did in the now-defunct music magazine Melody Maker in November 1971, in which he complained about the financial matters regarding the band’s split. 

And the letter gives a stark insight into the pair’s deteriorating relationship following the Beatles’ break-up over a year previously, with John – who was shot dead aged 40 in 1980 – ranting that Paul ‘s***t all over us in public’, reports TMZ.

Angry: A scathing letter from John Lennon to Sir Paul McCartney is going up for auction and is expected to fetch up to $30,000 (pictured in 1971)

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