The KISS co-founders, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have made similar updates on their Twitter account earlier today. Commemorating the recent decease of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the iconic stars received support from their fans in the comment section.
The bass guitarist Gene Simmons is very active on his social media accounts, especially Twitter. The posts Simmons shares include a wide range of topics from politics and news and sports. In his latest post he does not abstain from referring to the heartbreaking news about the loss of the ‘court’s liberal voice.’
Here is what Simmons shared in relation to the news:
“RIP: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A giant of law and women’s rights!”
Paul Stanley has made an update with a post of a similar nature. As Simmons, the rhythm guitarist maintains an active social presence online with his tweets and captions displaying his sensibility and his active stance towards modern issues. Earlier today, Stanley, too, paid his final respects to the US Supreme Court Justice.
Here is what Stanley captioned in his tweet:
“RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A trailblazer. A fighter for fairness for all and justice for all.”
The jurist Ginsburg, serving as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, for 27 years had been a significant epitome of justice. Dedicating a good amount of her time supporting the improvement of gender equality and women’s rights, Ginsburg had soon gained recognition due to her efforts.
Being a three-time cancer survivor and having been suffering from cancer for a while, the legendary fighter for justice was announced dead in her home yesterday due to complications from pancreatic cancer, at the age of 87.
You can find Gene Simmons’ and Paul Stanley’s tweets below.
RIP: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A giant of law and women’s rights! https://t.co/07Ngf606oq
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) September 19, 2020
RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A trailblazer. A fighter for fairness for all and justice for all. https://t.co/YMqjdWwP5v
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) September 19, 2020