The co-founder and lead guitarist of the iconic rock band Queen, Brian May has wished a howling Halloween to all of his followers with a fanmade drawing while reminding that there’s a deadly virus on the streets, which is more dangerous than the ghouls and ghosts right now.
The legendary musician, Brian May, has been showing off his Halloween joy on social media for some time now. As you may remember, May has lately posted an artwork of his fan who drew him like a depiction from his 2013 book, ‘Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell.’
Most recently, the legend has come up on Instagram with new fan art, showing him among skeletons who party, and this time he drew attention to the fact that there’s something scarier than the ghosts in the world these days. While wishing a happy Halloween to everyone, May led his fans to remember there is a deadly virus on the streets.
Brian May emphasized that it’s not the ghouls and ghosts that are dangerous, but the global pandemic, which caused the death of hundreds of thousands of people all around the world.
Here’s what Brian May said in his recent Instagram post:
“Wishing you all a Howlin’ Halloween! Thanks for this, Chiara! Take care out there folks.
It’s not the ghouls and ghosts that are dangerous. Remember there is a deadly virus on the streets. Bri.”
You can see the post below.