KISS bassist and co-lead singer Gene Simmons took his Twitter account to respond to a fan’s comment criticizing him for being an anti-Republican and stated it was actually the fan who he didn’t like.

As you may know, KISS icon Gene Simmons has been using his social media accounts to express his opinions about certain political and social issues in the United States. Even though he often faces the reaction of some of his fans, Gene has never hesitated to support what he believes is right.

For the last couple of weeks, Simmons has been using his official Twitter account to share news articles about the political developments after the presidential election as well as his comments to the news related to the coronavirus pandemic.

Recently, Gene posted a tweet about an article published by CNN which was titled ‘Larry Hogan: Maryland’s Republican Governor skewers Republicans’ ’embarrassing’ refusal to accept election results.’ One of his followers shared a tweet in the comment section of Simmons’ post and implied he was tired of his tweets criticizing Republicans.

Here’s what a follower of Gene Simmons stated in his comment:

“Ok, we get it, you’re anti-Republican. Move on sir.”

In his response to his follower’s criticism about his political views and the way he expresses them, Gene claimed that this certain follower had no idea about who he really is. In his defense about not being an anti-Republican, Simmons gave the names of the Republicans he actually liked and appreciated. KISS icon lastly slammed the Twitter user by stating it was actually him who he didn’t like.

Here is how Gene Simmons responded to his follower’s tweet:

“Actually, Jerry you don’t know me. And two, I’m a big fan of the ethics and morality of Republican John McCain, may he rest in peace. I also like Republican Mitt Romney. But bottom line, it’s you I don’t like.”

You can see the tweet Gene Simmons posted on his official Twitter account below.