Robbie Williams has experienced a bit of each as well-known pop singer, but particularly one thing forget he is not just provisional, and it is not at all related to the music.
Back in 2010, he went to a good cause with Unicef to Haiti, where he tried to help in a country, as a result of a severe earthquake were left with at least 250,000 deaths and more than a million people without a home.
In the podcast, 'Postcards from the Edge' tells Robbie Williams that his entrance was not welcomed by the local population.
- I was threatened with being beheaded in Haiti. We went down to help out, he says in the podcast.
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the Experience frightened him, understandably.
- I was like 'shall we move to the next street then?'. When I look back, it was scary, he says.
Along with Robbie Williams was his wife, Ayda Field. She was also threatened.
I was with you. I was also threatened to get his head cut of, supplement she.
Robbie Williams has for three decades worked as an international pop singer. Here at Smukfest in 2019. Photo: Per Lange
Robbie Williams has since 1989, which produced the band Take That was formed, been a significant player in the music industry. He has worldwide sold approximately 75 million albums.
He has previously told of the vision that met him in Haiti.
We walked around Jacmel on the first day, and it is difficult to describe in words the massive and devastating effect the earthquake had obviously had - it was in a completely different league than what I had imagined to see, he has previously told.
It was almost not to believe, it was like a filmset. Cars completely smashed - some stack still out from under the buildings that had rolled down over them.
the Quake in 2010, measured 7.0 on the richter scale, and there were recorded several aftershocks.