No, but if they've been not entirely truthful with editing that's an issue.
Exactly. The boo's have been dubbed in, that's just bordering on childish and tabloid-level journalism.
This was an attempt at a hatchet job, there's no valid reason for the interviewer asking Kimi to remove his glasses, I've posted elsewhere several examples of her being perfectly happy to interview other drivers with their shades on and as far as i'm aware no-one here called those drivers rude, and neither did Lee or anyone else at the BBC.
It was clear she only asked to get a reaction out of him, she knows well enough by now to know exactly how Kimi would react.
What was amusing is that Lee was put right back in her place when he laid down the law and told her she needs to hurry up. Might as well have said "Yeah Lee, you're on MY time, I call the shots here."
What does that feeble minded poor excuse of a 'journalist' do? Looks away awkwardly to the camera man and flutters her eyelashes, completely embarrassed for being talked down to like a second-rate TV presenter. With her ego bruised, she decided to scrap the idea and digs for any and every piece of out-dated defamatory footage as a way of getting back at Kimi for not answering questions that barely matched the intellectual sophistication of a 12 year old's work.
Hmmm, you'd never have guessed that I dislike Lee
Edited by apexpredator, 11 April 2013 - 19:36.