Norma Jean’s Cory Brandan Says Make America Great Again Hats Are Welcome At His Shows
After Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley’s spectacular Twitter comments yesterday on not pandering to bigots at gigs, Norma Jean vocalist Cory Brandan has contrarily told fans they can “bring all the offensive things” to his gigs.
While Keith praised attendees of the last-ever Vans Warped Tour: “On a personal note, with over half a million tickets sold to Warped this year, I didn’t see a SINGLE maga hat. and I looked. say what you will about the bands playing, you can’t deny that the kids of summer are gonna be okay”, Cory has since tweeted: “I don’t give a shit who comes to our shows. #MAGA hats welcome. Hillary shirts welcome. Gay pride flags. Pentagrams. Upside down crosses. …Crosses? Uh, duck dynasty shirts? Idk, all that crap. Bring all the offensive things.”
I don’t give a shit who comes to our shows. #MAGA hats welcome. Hillary shirts welcome. Gay pride flags. Pentagrams… https://t.co/QonkSTVgu9— Cory Brandan (@CoryBrandan) Wed Aug 08 06:04:32 +0000 2018
Uhoh. Thought police are out. Turn off your porch lights.— Cory Brandan (@CoryBrandan) Wed Aug 08 19:35:32 +0000 2018
People accusing me of “just wanting people to come to our shows”... Uh yeah. I do. How is that weird? You should get to know a guy, geez.— Cory Brandan (@CoryBrandan) Wed Aug 08 19:42:47 +0000 2018
I just want to yell over sad heavy riffs for the populous. Then we can all be equally sad. #Equality— Cory Brandan (@CoryBrandan) Wed Aug 08 20:39:04 +0000 2018
Right, who’s going to weigh in next?
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