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Johnny Depp calls out ex-wife Amber Heard on new album: ‘If I had a penny, it wouldn’t reach your hand’

Johnny Depp taking shots at his ex-wife, Amber Heard with Jeff Beck on his new album.

a review from The Sunday Times, who received an advanced listen of the album, shared insight into some of Depp’s songs that appear to be targeted at Hurd. The actor and musician’s 13-track collaboration with British guitarist Jeff Beck, titled “18”, is set for release on Friday.

The Times reports that Depp wrote two original songs for the album and also included two cover songs that are featured. The actor covered “Caroline, No” by the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and “Venus and Furs” by The Velvet Underground.

In Depp’s original lyrics, eagle-eared listeners explore the meaning behind the song. According to the Times, in a track titled “Sad Motherf-in’ Parade”, Depp explicitly stated, “You’re sitting like a dog with an itchy seven year old”. He goes on to say, “If I had even a penny, it wouldn’t reach your hand.”

Undoubted, Pirates of the Caribbean actor and his ex-wife and aquaman The star, Amber Heard, was embroiled in a highly publicized defamation lawsuit. Depp sued Heard for defamation in 2018 after an article he wrote for the Washington Post accused an unnamed partner of abuse against him.

The trial lasted six weeks and the jury unanimously decided that the 36-year-old actress defamed Depp and that she “acted with genuine malice.”

Depp was awarded more than $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages, while Heard won $2 million in his counterclaim against Depp.

Depp and Beck announced their new studio album collaboration in June. “When Johnny and I started playing together, it really ignited our youthful spirit and creativity,” Beck said in a joint statement from the two. “We’d joke about how we felt at 18 again, so that becomes the title of the album as well.”

Depp is currently appearing as a guest on Beck’s European tour, which ends on July 25. “It’s an extraordinary honor to play and write music with Jeff,” Depp said in the statement. “One of the true greats and I now have the privilege to call my brother.”

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