Yesterday, punk rock veterans The Dickies got involved in some controversy over what happened during their set at yesterday’s date of the Vans Warped Tour in Metairie, LA, which also happened to be the band’s final date on the tour this year, when their frontman Leonard Graves Phillips called out and verbally abused a member of the crowd.
Off the back of the incident (which we originally reported here), which saw an awful lot of traction on social media shortly after it happening and being captured by a fan in the crowd, Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke weighed in with his thoughts and opinions via his Twitter account.
Not one to be a stranger from controversy himself, Radke made the following short statement on Twitter.
“I’m so over these pussy ass people, warped tour used to be a place where whatever you said, it was accepted, now you have to be careful what you say because some Feminazi-Jesus freak-white girl who’s pro black will start a blog about it in her room on YouTube. fuck this generation and fuck you if you do this shit. Bring back punk rock. bring back freedom of speech. fuck everyone.”
So sick of seeing motherfuckers being pussies. pic.twitter.com/yKMJ1LX5QO
— RonnieRadke (@RonnieRadke) June 29, 2017
Falling In Reverse‘s latest studio album, ‘Coming Home’, is available now through Epitaph Records.
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