I don't mind you scaling back my quote at allOriginally Posted by NCLurker;3472155;
I know the apparent need to defend your favourite is not Clay-specific, but it seems to be stronger in Clay fans, as if there is some kind of duty to even out any negative opinions with something positive.
I can understand it more when the Idol competition is running because if there is any chance to sway opinion in favour of your chosen one that would be the time, when it might still count.
I don't want to go off on a whole tangent about the things that his fans have done (and no, I'm not talking about anyone here) but when you threaten to harm dj's who refuse to play his music I think you've lost the plot.
I don't understand why anyone feels the need to defend, or take criticism of their favourite as a personal insult.
I don't like Clay, never have, likely never will.
I find him utterly unappealing in every way.
Why that statement should compel anyone to give a run down of how many cd's he's sold, or how much work he's done for charity I do not know.