During the last three years, Tokio Hotel members secured that, they have been forced to become experts in the game of "boo" because they hate the paparazzis, who try to get into their private lives and whom presecute them day and night wherever they go. The brothers, Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing and Gustav Schäfer said, exclusively, that the price of fame they achieved in the last five years has been paid to the constant harassment of the media.
"Not that Tom and me live in Los Angeled we have realized of the nightmare that are the paparazzis. There are paparazzi everywhere, and we do not like them and prefer hide from them. I hate the paparazzi, we hate them, I think this photographers are the worst people in the world and must be bad people"
"They make money from the lives of the others without any effort, destroy lives, ruin careers, invade the privacy of a human being. I hate them, "Bill said in the talk that took place yesterday at a downtown hotel in the city.
The German quartet, which formed a decade ago and is popular for hits like "Automatisch", "Final Day" and "Phantomrider" said that on Wednesday, when they arrived to Mexico City, slipped to its staff to tourists taste.
"We had fun in the evening, we ate very rich and drank all the tequila we could. We tried pulque, much as I did not like tequila. We are not caused or raw, are good drinkers, was a delight. Mexico means a lot of excitement for us, too hot, the sun, this weather is so rich, "said Bill's twin brother, Tom.
In the meeting with the group before their performance last night at the Palacio de los Deportes, they were shocked to learn that Mexican fans competed with the Spanish to break the record of who hoped for more time outside the building where they would play, a record that fans of the country and imposed ... Three weeks!
The stars of pop-rock youth anticipated that on 14th Tuesday will be released their Best Of compilation album, which included English and German compositions that have become famous throughout the world, like "Monsoon," "Scream" and "Humanoid."
Translation by THEurope