to his former manager, Malcolm McLaren.
"For me Malc was always entertaining, and I hope you remember that.
Above all else he was an entertainer and i will miss him, and so
should you," said John Lydon, in a statement.
Lydon, who is busy preparing for a comeback tour with Public Image Ltd
this month, has declined interview requests. I gather he is keeping a
hectic schedule these days, rehearsing in Hollywood.
McLaren died earlier today. He was 64 and had been treated for cancer.