Will U2 Release New Song To Bring Down Red Bull Racing CEO? The Edge’s Involvement In The Abuse Claims Explained

According to reports, Christian Horner, the Red Bull Racing CEO, may be losing the support of the majority of Red Bull shareholders due to the increasing negative public reaction. Horner has recently been embroiled in a series of controversies and was the subject of an investigation regarding allegations of inappropriate behavior by an employee.

According to several news sources, Horner may also be encountering challenges from the music industry. SoyMotor claims that U2 is considering working on a song in support of the employee involved.

It’s rumored that the employee’s brother is the son-in-law of U2 guitarist, The Edge, and that the alleged song title is ‘Don’t be h*rny, be Christian.’

As for any explanations from the band regarding the song, U2 has remained silent and has not issued any statements.

The Final Decision

Despite Horner’s accusations of inappropriate behavior by a female employee, Red Bull GmbH cleared him of all allegations. Nonetheless, new reports have surfaced suggesting that Horner’s departure may be close.

Initially, the Red Bull team boss had the support of Red Bull’s majority shareholder, Chalerm Yoovidhya. According to F1 insiders, the Thai shareholders are now seeking counsel from the Austrian ownership and CEO Oliver Mintzlaff. It’s worth noting that there are claims that Dietrich Mateschitz’s son and Mintzlaff have purportedly expressed a desire to remove Christian Horner from his position.

The recent reports indicate that Horner could potentially lose his power struggle at Milton Keynes. However, there hasn’t been any official statement regarding Christian Horner’s departure or the rumored song against him by U2. So, fans will have to wait and see how events unfold for Red Bull and Horner in the days ahead.