On Twitter, Twisted Sister legend Dee Snider responded to a comment criticizing former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach‘s political statements and claimed he and Guns N’ Roses icon Axl Rose had ‘the balls’ to stand up and fight.
As you may know, Twisted Sister’s iconic frontman Dee Snider has been using his social media accounts to express his personal opinions on various social and political subjects. Although some people suggested him to mainly focus on his music and stay away from politics, Snider has never hesitated to express his opinions about the wrongdoings of the politicians.
Recently, a Twitter user commented on a tweet posted by Sebastian Bach and stated how hilarious it was for a rock musician like Bach sharing his opinions on politics. As a response to the comment, Dee Snider mentioned he didn’t see anything funny about Sebastian’s statements about the ongoing political problems.
Furthermore, Dee stated that Sebastian Bach was among those brave musicians who weren’t afraid of expressing their political opinions regardless of the possible reactions they would receive from a part of their fanbase.
In his tweet, Snider claimed it was unfortunate that creatives like himself and Sebastian Bach had to deal with these issues since many people didn’t have ‘the balls to stand up and fight.’ He mentioned Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose was also a great example of other rock music icons who were fearless enough to express their opinions on politics.
Here’s what Dee Snider stated in his response:
“What’s so funny? There’s a job to be done and not everybody has the balls like Sebastian Bach to stand up and fight!
The truth is it’s sad we creatives have to waste any energy on this shit at all! Richard Marx, Paul Stanley, Axl Rose, Tracii Guns.”
You can see the tweet posted by Dee Snider on Twitter below.
What's so funny? There's a job to be done and not everybody has the balls like @sebastianbach to stand up and fight! The truth is its sad we creatives have to waste any energy on this shit at all! @richardmarx @PaulStanleyLive @axlrose @TraciiGuns https://t.co/GZoyHVDLNE
— Dee Snider🇺🇸 (@deesnider) September 19, 2020