He did not elaborate on what was 'ethically dubious' about the job, but he could be referring to the state of LGBT+ rights in the Eurasian country. Sexual contact between members of the same sex is legal inAzerbaijan, but there are no laws protecting LGBT+ citizens and same-sex marriage is illegal. Neil finished his thread with a little bit of a dig at Clean Bandit: "but don't worry I stayed true to myself and made sure my miming was as lacklustre as posss." This isn't the first time we've noticed rumblings of a feud between Neil and the rest of the band. Speaking to Metro earlier this year, former bandmate Luke Patterson, 27, revealed he hasn't spoken to Neil since the violinist announced his departure from the band after eight years in 2016. "I wouldn't mind having a chat and it would be good to see what he's up to," he said. "He's a clever guy and I'm sure he's doing well." More stories: Former Clean Bandit star Neil Milan strips off after a sleepless night An open letter to gay men: judgement is ruining our community
wanna be at Glastonbury so much I almost wish I hadn't left clean bandit but also don't wish that at all I'm a puzzle— Neil Milan (@neil_milan) June 23, 2017
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