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Guns N’ Roses Take Aim At Donald Trump With Live N’ Let Die Charity T-Shirt

Guns N’ Roses have unveiled a new Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45 tee, referencing Trump’s recent visit to a coronavirus mask factory.

Following Donald Trump’s viral visit to a mask factory last week in which employees played Live And Let Die as the president walked around without a mask on, Guns N’ Roses have released a brilliant T-shirt referencing the ridiculous situation.

The Los Angeles hard rock titans unveiled a new charity tee featuring the slogan Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45, clearly slamming the 45th president of the United States (and it’s not the first time members of the band have been outspoken about The Donald, either).

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As well as being a great piece of merch, an added bonus is 100 per cent of the net proceeds from the shirt will be donated to the Recording Academy’s MusiCares, which is “a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need”.

Get your shirt right here.

Earlier in the week, Guns N’ Roses announced that their upcoming UK and European dates “will not be happening”.

GN’R Fam: Sadly, the upcoming European tour will not be happening,” they said.

“Things are changing daily and we want to keep our fans, crew members and band safe. We are working hard with our promoters, venues and cities/countries on next steps and will make further announcements as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience, we will get through this together and look forward to seeing you all very soon…”

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Posted on May 14th 2020, 1:32pm
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