Sinead O’Connor is poised to put an end to her musical career after more than four decades of hits, concerts and controversy. “This is to announce my retirement from touring and working in the record business. I am aged and tired,” the Irish singer-songwriter announced in a Twitter post. “It’s time for me to hang my nipple tassels, having really given my all. NVDA (the new album by the singer-songwriter whose acronym stands for ‘No Veteran Dies Alone’, ed.) In 2022 will be my last release. And there will be no more tours or promos “. O’Connor is back in the spotlight to promote her memoir ‘Rememberings’, which is currently on sale. In the volume, the singer-songwriter documents multiple elements that have shaped her life, including poverty, parental separation and growth amid socio-political upheaval. And he also talks about that career-changing appearance on Saturday Night Live, where he snatched a photo of the Pope. “I was telling my son tonight that I can’t wait for the point to come where I’ll be so old and stupid that I’m not remember anything, “said the artist in a recent interview about the book. “In the introduction to the book I jokingly say that I forgot because of all the weed I smoked. It’s not the weed. Ten years after that performance on Saturday Night Live, the way I was treated was shocking. It was fashionable to treat me badly, whether you were in my bed, at a board meeting, at a TV show, at a concert or at a party. Everyone treated me like I was a crazy bitch because I tore the Pope’s photo. We know I’m a crazy bitch, but that’s not why, “she joked bitterly. O’Connor also revealed that it was writing the memoir that helped her realize that she is her own boss and her own boss. not needing to wait for “permission from men” and even wanting to withdraw. But he already has a new project in his pocket: “I’ve always wanted to be involved in The Voice of Ireland … But I’ve never been free to do it. Now I am. So if they ever want me, they can contact my managers”, he always added on Twitter with a “ps” to the announcement of the withdrawal.