The vocalist and founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby has reacted to one of his fans’ who called him the star on Twitter and described himself in his own words, saying star is not a real thing.
As you might know, the iconic rock and folk singer, David Crosby, is also one of the most active Twitter users among his generation. He daily answers a variety of questions of his fans and shares his political views on the platform.
Generally tweeting anti-Trump statements, Crosby has recently said something which targets all the politicians. He said that the vaccine for COVID-19 should be tested on politicians first. He continued, if they survive, the vaccine is safe, and if they don’t, the country is safe.
While most of Crosby’s fans have praised his undeniable sense of humor, a follower of him, whose name is Jeno, said great idea star to him. As a response to the definition of himself as a star by his follower, David Crosby said he’s not a star, he is a singer, a writer, and a musician. Star is not a real thing, he added.
Here’s what David Crosby said in his tweet, which was replied by the Twitter user, Jeno:
“Here’s something that perhaps we can all agree on:
The vaccine should be tested on politicians first. If they survive, the vaccine is safe. If they don’t, the country is safe.”
A fan of him, whose name is Jeno, commented as:
“Great idea star.”
David Crosby responded as:
“I am not a star. I am a singer and a writer and a musician. Star is not a real thing.”
You can see the tweets below.
I am not a star. I am a singer and a writer and a musician Star is not a real thing https://t.co/oulpTimP6H
— David Crosby (@thedavidcrosby) October 22, 2020