The legendary frontman of the hard rock band Guns N’ Roses, Axl Rose has broken his months-long silence on Twitter on the eve of the presidential election of the US and said vote whatever it takes.

As you might recall, one of the greatest singers of all time, Axl Rose, pulled out of Twitter quite a long time ago, on August 13, 2020. In his very last tweet, Rose criticized the administration of the US by saying they actually grasp the magnitude of the problems that American families are facing, however, they just don’t care.

Nearly three months after his last tweet, pointing out a political and social gap, Axl Rose has come to the platform to make his last call for the 2020 presidential election. Through three new tweets, Rose has emphasized the significance of voting.

Although he is renowned as an anti-Trump, Axl Rose hasn’t referred to him in his tweets. He only asked his followers to vote with courage and make a stand. Through all the noise, lies, and distractions, Axl said vote for the country, for a better world, and for democracy.

He continued and indicated the importance of this election for our planet, as well. Axl called out to his fans to vote and wanted them to know that there are those hoping, praying, and counting on the possibility that some people won’t vote.

Here’s what Axl Rose said in his first tweet:

“Vote whatever it takes. Vote. Take a side, make a stand. Vote with courage in the face of fear and intimidation. Vote through all the noise, lies, and distractions. Vote for the country, for a better world, for democracy.”

He continued with another tweet and said:

“Vote for the future of our country, our planet, your planet, this planet, the only planet we have. Vote for those who fought, suffered and died to create and protect your right to vote.”

At last he said:

“Vote for loved ones, for you, and for us together as one. And if it helps… Vote knowing there are those hoping, praying, and counting on you won’t and would do virtually anything they thought they could get away with to stop you vote.”

You can see the tweets below.