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One of the most widespread myths of the gay legend is that Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon didn’t know anything about Freddie’s illness. They obviously learned about that later than everyone else did, after all the “good friends” knew this fact, which was the half of London’s gays. The sources of this misinformation were, this time, the ex-Queen members themselves. Brian May said after Freddie’s death that they didn’t know anything, “only guessed”, and Freddie told them about it only several months before his death. Though, in one of his later interviews, he let out that Freddie from the very beginning asked his colleagues to help him to create the music and to spend normally the remaining time.
Most probably, they’re all tiled with Freddie. All facts are saying that they were ones of the firsts to know.
Before all, those three don’t look like cretins – and only cretins could spend weeks together with Freddie and not understand that he’s dying.
Like any decent man, Freddie had to warn the guys that Queen’s days are numbered, and they should think about their solo careers more seriously.
In 1987 already, the Queen members stated that they wouldn’t be playing any gigs and shows anymore – it means that all four of them knew the reason of this strange change. Their eyes were giving them away – on all the photos since 1989, their eyes are very sad.