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Black Keys Says They Feel Embarrassed For Jack White Over Leaked Emails
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 Thursday, May 22, 2014

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of the Black Keys say they are "embarrassed" for Jack White after an e-mail he allegedly wrote to his ex wife Karen Elson went public. In the missive, White complained that his kids went to the same school as Auerbach's kids.

"I actually feel embarrassed for him," Carney told Rolling Stone. "I don't hold grudges, man. I really don't. We've all said f**ked-up sh*t in private, and divorce is hard."

"Those e-mails that Jack White wrote that got leaked, as f**ked up as that sh*t is, that was a private conversation, and it doesn't register to me. You know how horrifying it would be if all of our private sh*t was aired? And people go sniffing around looking for this sh*t. And ultimately it's no one's business."

In the White e-mail he also allegedly calls Auerbach a "copy" and an "a**hole."

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