Fiona Apple Tells Concert-Goers How Much It Sucks to Stay in a Texas Jail

Earlier this week, Fiona Apple followed in the footsteps of Armie Hammer by getting arrested in Texas for marijuana possession, and everyone wondered why Texas was so obsessed with ruining everyone's good time. And the arts. At the very least, this latest celebrity brush with Texas lawmen has given us a Fiona Apple prison memoir, or the onstage equivalent to a Fiona Apple prison memoir — a prefatory speech at a Friday concert in Houston about how the Texas jail she languished in featured four especially attitude-y people. A video of the concert shows Apple being not at all pleased with how these four people snickered at her, but she, like Aleksander Solzhenitsyn, was prescient enough to write everything down, and so can enjoy a long last laugh since she's out of jail and those four people are stuck in Texas. [TMZ]

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