Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has taken Twitter to complain about the world’s largest telecommunications company, AT&T, saying it’s getting harder to use their services, and claimed that most metal legends, except Ozzy Osbourne, have the same day-to-day aggravations as his.
The iconic vocalist and a quite outspoken personality on social media, Dee Snider, has recently come up on Twitter to talk about something highly different than the current political situation of America or the good old days before Twisted Sister disbanded.
Snider has taken his complaints about the AT&T services on Twitter, trying to get the company to release his phone number. The musician said he knew he was being ripped off by AT&T for a long while, but didn’t want to deal with the hassle of changing companies. Unfortunately, Snider’s fears came true.
Amid his public struggle against the telecommunications company, a fan of Dee has remarked on the fact that the guy who was the voice of much of the soundtrack of his youth, Dee Snider, has the same day-to-day aggravations as himself.
Snider responded by saying, not only he has that, but also most of the musicians in the metal community have the same issues in daily life. Yet, the legend set the Black Sabbath frontman, Ozzy Osbourne, apart from that group of people.
As you may recall, a few days ago, during an interview, Dee Snider has praised Osbourne once again. Snider admitted that his goal is to be like Ozzy Osbourne, not on a personal level, but on a musical one.
Here’s what Dee Snider said in his recent tweet about the problem he had with AT&T:
“Wow! After 25 years of using AT&T as my wireless carrier, I am trying to leave for another company. Man are they making it difficult! It’s like getting shit off of a sneaker!”
The fan of Snider commented upon the issue as:
“I can’t help but chuckle about the fact that the guy who was the voice of much of the soundtrack of my youth has the same day-to-day aggravations as myself!”
Dee Snider responded by saying:
“Most of us do… Except maybe Ozzy Osbourne.”
You can see the tweets below.
— Dee Snider🇺🇸 (@deesnider) November 25, 2020