Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider replied to a fan’s comment on Twitter and wanted to share his thoughts one more time about the anti-maskers who used his song to promote their protest.

As you might already know, there have been anti-mask protests going on around the United States, and some of the supporters of this movement have been using Twisted Sister’s famous song, ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It, during their protest to promote their thoughts.

However, apparently, they didn’t get any permission from Dee Snider to use his song. In his latest tweet, Snider stated that he is denouncing these people and slammed these protests by saying that they have awful, sick, and destructive causes.

Also, the iconic musician didn’t stop there to show his anger. In order to make his point more clear to those protestors, Dee used one of his famous phrases saying ‘they can suck my mutha f*cking d*ck’ which got him arrested back in 1984 at Amarillo.

Here is what Dee Snider said in his recent tweet:

“I denounce all of the Magats and q-units using ‘We Are Not Gonna Take It’ to promote their awful, sick, destructive causes! And to use the phrase that got me arrested in Amarillo TX back in 1984, ‘they can suck my mutha f*cking d*ck!’ Is that clear enough?”

A follower of Dee has written this:

“Man, I understand the use of your song(s), by people that don’t represent your ideology/values. But the far-left Antifa/BLM crowd are just as bad as the Qunts, etc. as a centrist, I wish I saw more ‘centrist’ messages from the artists I love. But whatever.”

Dee Snider responded back:

Well, when they make a video using my song…”

You can check out the tweets below.