Attitude publisher removes David Beckham’s cover from office after £10m Qatar World Cup deal

The publisher of Attitude magazine has removed its famous David Beckham cover from its offices and slammed the footballer for ‘turning a blind eye to corruption’ over his £10million ambassadorial role for the Qatar World Cup.

Darren Styles OBE, owner of the gay lifestyle magazine, has tweeted its 2002 cover showing the former England captain with dyed blonde hair.

The page was accompanied by quotes from Beckham in which he says ‘it shouldn’t matter what people are and it never has done to me’, adding that it is ‘the way I was brought up and the way I’ll always be’.

Mr Styles said the magazine had ‘sat proudly’ in Attitude’s offices for 20 years, but he has now made the decision to take it down after ‘the Qatari’s bought his silence’.

He said: ‘This canvas has sat proudly on the Attitude Magazine office wall for years. I took it down today. 

‘Talking about stuff nobody will talk about is “the way he’s always been, and the way he’ll always be”, David Beckham told us in 2002. …

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