Recently on Twitter, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider responded to some of the comments of his fans and followers regarding his support for anti-racism movements: ‘I fight for all!

The iconic vocalist of Twisted Sister, Dee Snider, has been supporting the fight for equality in every chance he got. As you might remember, Dee Snider was a part of the Senat hearing instigated Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) in 1985 who wanted to add labels on the albums to warn consumers of explicit lyrical content. However, the labeling system demanded by PMRC was never implemented.

Particularly, during the current protests, Dee showed his reaction against the unjust treatment of people of color often on social media platforms.

A few days ago on Twitter, Dee shared an article named ‘12 Times Musicians Took on the Government‘ from ‘Loudwire.’ He received many comments from the fans and followers about the article and it led to a long conversation between Dee and his fans.

The Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton commented:

I was just a 12-year-old kid but to see a heavy metal hero testifying to Congress about free speech had a lasting impact. It helped to wake my political consciousness. I went on to get my college degree in Poli Sci & ended up with a music career of my own. Our actions have an impact!

Dee replied to his comment by writing:

Thanks for sharing that story Mark. At the time it felt pretty lonely, but today I know that there were a lot of people hearing my words. There were those who said I shouldn’t have put myself out there, but to this day I have no regret. #NovemberIsComing

A fan named Rob wrote:

Thank you for using your voice for change then, and hopefully again now.”

The legendary rock musician Dee Snider responded:

I have always stood for the rights of EVERYONE to live life without being bullied, oppressed or having others try and dictate and decide how they should or should not live. My message is colorblind. I fight for all! #WereNotGonnaTakeIt #NovemberIsComing”

A Twitter follower named Kristen commented:

I truly hope you are making a poor attempt at sarcasm. If that’s the case, then you misunderstood the point of what I was saying. If you are being serious, then gtfoh with that garbage.

Dee also answered her comment by stating:

I did not choose my words by accident. I fight for all colors and creeds. I make no distinction. That’s how I was raised. No one should be judged by the color of their skin.

You can see the tweets Dee Snider shared via his Twitter account below.