L.A. Guns guitarist Tracii Guns shared a post on his official Twitter account, reacting to Michael Sweet’s post that supported the anti-abortion movement. According to the rocker, abortion is none of men’s business, let alone speaking ill of it like Sweet.

Stryper lead singer Michael Sweet recently shared a controversial post on his Twitter account about a video in which three women are taking abortion pills to protest the anti-abortion movement.

Sweet considered the protest a ‘new level of evil‘ since this shouldn’t be acceptable in our world. The musician ended his tweet by seeking help from God, which revealed that his opinion comes from his religious beliefs.

In his post, Sweet said:

“When women are shamelessly & proudly taking ‘abortion pills’ on video with smiles on their faces, isn’t that a whole new level of evil? Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who feels this way. How & why is this acceptable in our world? Are we really this far gone? God help us.”

Following the tweet, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider shared his opinions via a post on his Twitter. According to the singer, the video doesn’t demonstrate an evil perspective, even if you look at it from a Christian perspective.

Apparently, Snider is pro-choice and stands for women’s right to decide when it comes to their bodies. If you ask him, anti-choicers decide for women, which bothers the rocker since pro-choicers support that women should make this decision themselves.

Dee Snider’s statement follows:

“Actually Michael, it’s not. From my Christian teachings, I got ‘first breath, last breath.’ I’m pro-choice & I stand for women’s rights. What bothers me about this convo is while pro-choicers say, ‘It’s up to you,’ anti-choicers say, ‘We’ll decide for you.'”

Since abortion is a heated debate these days, Tracii Guns also shared a post regarding the issue. Replying to Michael Sweet, the guitarist said that the abortion issue or the protest should be none of their business since it’s entirely up to them. In this way, the musician proved that he’s also pro-choice about the matter.

Guns tweeted saying:

“It’s none of our business.”

You can see the Twitter posts below.