Robbie Williams wants to retire from music, move to Germany and work with cars. WTF.

Robbie posted a video saying he wants to quit music and find a job in Germany. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.


by Heat |

Robbie Williams wants to quit music and move to Germany to work with cars. What? Eh? EH? WHAT, WHAT, WHAT? Where the hell did that come from?

Well, it came from the actual lips of the man himself. Speaking in a recent video on his very personal YouTube channel, 40-year-old Robbie spoke about his recent gig in Germany and how he’s getting tired of the ‘pop star/rock star thing’.

Robbie explained: “I love you Germany, I always have and I always will.

“I’ve been very, very lucky, but I want to do something different. You know how much I love the grand gesture.

“I want to do something different that involves living with you and in you in Germany. I want a job job. For the first time in my life I want a proper job. I’m a daddy now and I feel it’s only right that I should have one"

Talking about what he might like to do instead, Robbie said he considered football, but thought he was too old. He also mentioned working in fashion, but thinks he’s too fat. So finally he settled on the idea of working with cars. Germany is famous for producing cars from the likes of BMW, Porsche, Audi, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz.

He finished the video by simply asking anyone that works with cars in Germany to call him.That's a bit vague, Robski. You'll get a slew of dodgy car garages getting in touch now.

Robbie became a father for the second time at the end of September 2014, having a baby girl named Theodora Rose with his partner, Ayda Field. He raised some eyebrows at the time after live vlogging a lot of her labour, so it’s not surprising he’d turn to his YouTube channel to make such a bold announcement.

RW is set to embark on his Let Me Entertain You tour in March 2015, where he’ll return to countries he hasn’t played for a while, as well as some he’s never played before, it’s set to run until May.

Should Robbie Williams retire?

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