There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about the reasons behind David T being told to leave the concert last night. I think it would be useful to set out the history of the relationship between Morrissey and the website. Plenty of people seem to think Morrissey's crew booted him out simply because of some unflattering comments about the new songs by anonymous posters published on the site.
I don't have a thorough/complete understanding of the relationship so please correct me or add in extra stuff.
- About 10 years ago, Morrissey credited this website on one of his compilations.
- In an interview with Janice Long (possibly in 2002) Morrissey described this website as 'a great site'
- At a signing session, possibly in or around 2003, David Tseng was actually allowed (or even asked) to take photographs of the fans whilst Morrissey signed their records, CDs etc. He, arguably, had therefore won over the confidence of the Morrissey camp.
- A few years later (I can't remember when exactly) David T published a rumour that Morrissey hadn't paid people in his touring party
- After this was published, Morrissey threatened David T with legal action
- Pretty much ever since then, Morrissey has referred to this site as 'so low'
I'm sure there are gaps here, and I might've got some things wrong, but the idea that David T was booted out simply for publishing some criticism of the three new songs is nonsense.
For what it's worth, I do think it was a slightly ill advised thing for Morrisey's crew to do (and I wasn't particularly impressed by the F*** Morrissey solo t-shirts), but you need to appreciate the history of the relationship to understand why it happened.