Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine criticized COVID-19 restrictions onstage throughout a Wednesday live performance in Camden, New Jersey.
“Go searching you, guys. Look to your proper, look to your left, and look how fantastic that is,” the 60-year-old heavy metallic musician advised the group . “We’re all right here collectively … We’re not in f***ing baggage. We’re not freaking out, and we’re not yelling at individuals, ‘Put on your f***ing masks.’”
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Some within the crowd have been heard chanting, “f*** Joe Biden ” and “U-S-A, U-S-A.”
“See the factor proper now, what’s happening is tyranny,” Mustaine continued. “That is known as tyranny. Look it up once you get dwelling. And tyranny isn’t solely in authorities. Tyranny proper now’s within the colleges, and tyranny is within the medical enterprise.”
“We’ve the facility, particularly us heavy … metallic followers, we’ve the facility to vary issues,” he stated. “If you happen to look what occurred within the Center East proper now … I stated it a very long time in the past with this subsequent track, ‘Holy Wars.’”
Rapper Busta Rhymes just lately had comparable feedback for his viewers relating to restrictions meant to stem the unfold of COVID-19.
”That is my second present in entrance of human life within the final 15 f***ing months,” the rapper advised his followers throughout a efficiency in June. “COVID can suck a d*** … All these little weird-a** authorities insurance policies and mandates suck a d***. Cease attempting to take our civil liberties away.”