Heavy metal band Black Sabbath‘s bassist and lyricist, Geezer Butler, recently tweeted about NASA’s SpaceX launch on his official twitter account and surprisingly, he wrote as if he knew what was going to happen.
NASA and SpaceX worked together to end America’s dependency on Russia by launching astronauts to space from American soil. This is also the first time Elon Musk’s firm SpaceX is launching astronauts.
The demo launch was scheduled to happen on May 27, 2020, however, it was canceled due to the weather conditions not being suitable for a lift-off. The SpaceX Demo-2 launch is rescheduled for May 30, 2020, at 3:22 p.m.
While everyone was focused on watching the launch live, Geezer Butler was also one of the viewers. He tweeted:
“Watching #LaunchAmerica Hope the weather holds up!”
As if he knew the launch would have been canceled, he commented on the weather. Just like he predicted, the launch was canceled approximately 20 minutes before the take-off due to inclement weather.
After the launch was canceled, he sent another tweet saying:
“Weather wins. I’ll be watching Saturday.“
His fans were leaving comments.
Bruce Rush said:
“Saturday now apparently, they should have launched it when we were over there in March, beautiful weather then”
“Only thing more exciting was waiting for Black Sabbath to go on!!”
You can see Geezer Butler’s tweet below.
— Geezer Butler (@geezerbutler) May 27, 2020