Donald Trump may be a fan of Green Day’s musical, “American Idiot,” but let’s just say that the band just isn’t all that into him. Trump praised Green Day’s creation after seeing it on Broadway in 2010. The band, however, took to the stage Sunday night at the American Music Awards to bash The Donald on live television.
In the middle of their new song, “Bang Bang,” singer Billy Joe Armstrong took a small break to lead the crowd in a chant that will likely trigger one of Trump’s famous Twitter tantrums:
“No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.”
Because they are apparently unfamiliar with Green Day and the fact that the band dedicated an entire album to tearing George W. Bush a new orifice, Trump supporters are taking to Twitter to boycott the band.
BOYCOTT GREEN DAY NOWW https://t.co/krJma9lNxf
— Haram Skittle (@Haram_misfit) November 21, 2016
He saidc.."No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA".
FALSELY ACCUSING TRUMP & INSTILLING FEAR.
fearmongering is very hateful! BOYCOTT GREEN DAY https://t.co/8SjSZhIgVl
— ❤Ƥ▲ϻ(❛‿❛)❤ (@PAMsLOvE) November 21, 2016
boycott green day!!! offensive and ignorant
— wendy (@wenleg) November 21, 2016
Greenday just went full on stupid on AMAs just now imo. Another one to boycott over ridic fake bs about President Elect Trump :'(
— Anna Sophia (@AnnaSophia_TOPS) November 21, 2016
If this “boycott” is anything like their others, they are going to stop by Starbucks to buy a Trump Cup on their way to the record store (those still exist, right?) to buy every Green Day album so they can listen to them and give them a bad review while they plan to not attend a musical that is sold out through the next century and a half.
No one ever accused Trump supporters of being smart.
Watch this epic Trump slam below:
Green Day – Bang Bang (Live at 2016 AMAs, Donald Trump chant) pic.twitter.com/jLxVrC5IGO
— ♚Green Day Lyrics♚ (@GDIdiotLyrics) November 21, 2016
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