The co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of KISS, Paul Stanley, recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and responded to his followers’ negative comments considering how outspoken he is on his social media accounts.

There is no doubt that Paul Stanley is one of the rockstars who use their social media accounts the most. He often uses his Twitter account to vocalize his views on social and political matters. However, it seems like the fact that he is so outspoken led to some criticism.

A couple of days ago, Stanley shared his views considering the conclusive outcome of the 59th quadrennial presidential election. His message was a peaceful one with which he asked his followers if they have any thoughts about how they can reunite the country and move forward together.

Here’s what Paul Stanley had said in his tweet:

“Okay… Lots of raw nerves and anger on one side and relief on the other. The election is over and the results by law will stand with no proof of widespread tampering validated and no court interceding. How do we bring the country together and move forward? Your opinions please.”

Even though it is clear that he meant well, Paul Stanley received numerous negative comments from various users. Some of his followers told him that he should stop talking about politics and continue making music as he’s not a politician but a musician.

Paul Stanley was clearly upset with those comments as in his recent tweet he reacted to the people who told him to ‘stick to being a musician.’ Stanley said that he does not understand how people can question his entitlement to voicing his views and said that instead of him sticking to being a musician, they can stick to being idiots.

Here’s what Paul Stanley said in his tweet:

“Always room here for spirited differences of opinions and that’s what they should stay. Strange that anyone would question my entitlement to voicing my views and opinions by saying ‘Stick to being a musician’ when I’ve yet to say to any of them ‘Stick to being an idiot.'”

You can check out the tweets that Paul Stanley posted on his Twitter account below.