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July 12th, 2020 under Coronavirus, Unadmirable People


Back on February 20, 2003, Great White played a concert in Rhode Island that left 100 people dead and injuring 230 others when their pyrotechnics set the small bar they were in to go up in flames in just seconds.

You would think they would have broken up after that, and promised they would never perform live again. I mean a normal band with any form of a heart would feel guilty about accidentally murdering 100 people, including one of the members of their band. I assumed that is what happened because we have not heard from them since.

Well, now we are hearing about the assholes again, and I guess they like killing their fans. That is because they played a concert in North Dakota with no restrictions during a pandemic. That means no masks, no social distancing, and alcohol, spitting on each other when they sing. Since their fans are older (because who has heard of them since 2003, and they haven’t had a hit since the ’80s), it puts them at higher risk from complications from COVID-19.

In 2003, they didn’t know they were sending 100 people to their deaths. This time, they do. So I say them FUCK YOU AND I HOPE YOU BURN IN HELL.

Blabbermouth got their hands on the mother fuckers’ apologies, and it makes me fucking hate them even more.

“We understand that there are some people who are upset that we performed this show, during this trying time. We assure you that we worked with the Promoter. North Dakota’s government recommends masks be worn, however, we are not in a position to enforce the laws.

“We have had the luxury of hindsight and we would like to apologize to those who disagree with our decision to fulfill our contractual agreement.

“The Promoter and staff were nothing but professional and assured us of the safety precautions.

“Our intent was simply to perform our gig, outside, in a welcoming, small town.

“We value the health and safety of each and every one of our fans, as well as our American and global community.

“We are far from perfect.”

Contracts can be broken, Vanilla Ice did it as did Tool. It is called putting your fans before money.

I think these serial killers, which they are at this point, plan on playing more live shows next month. I think they should be forced to go to Houston or Florida and visit a hospital that is at capacity with coronavirus patients. This way, they can see what they could be doing to their fans.

Although, it seems to me that they didn’t learn anything from seeing all the burn victims from their 2003 shows.

Seriously, who the fuck wants to see assholes live? The last time they were relevant before this weekend was for playing a gig that killed 100 people. That and they only had one OK hit.

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