Ted Nugent has hit out at “liars and haters” for the cancellation of his gig in Alabama.
Nugent – who’s a excessive profile supporter of Donald Trump – was on account of play the Avondale Brewing Co. venue in Birmingham, Alabama on July 18 as a part of his ‘Adios Mofo’ tour, however the gig was cancelled this week over backlash relating to the singer’s political beliefs.
After the announcement, the venue’s publish in regards to the gig was flooded with 1000’s of feedback protesting the present, with one saying: “Lose this present or lose my enterprise.”
In response, the venue cancelled the present and wrote: “We’ve heard the issues of the Avondale group, which is so necessary to us, and along with our companions, have taken the required steps to to cancel the Ted Nugent live performance scheduled for July 18.”
Nugent himself has now responded to the cancellation, tweeting: “liars & haters drunk on silly incapable to debate me.”
liars & haters drunk on silly incapable to debate me-https://t.co/P56ILUnziG
— Ted Nugent (@TedNugent) Might 5, 2023
Final 12 months noticed Nugent hit out at Bruce Springsteen “for being a dirtbag and supporting communists” in addition to calling Neil Younger “an entire punk” over his resolution to drag his music from Spotify.
The singer additionally urged supporters of Donald Trump to “stay peaceable” if the previous President have been to be arrested on costs associated to an investigation right into a $130,000 (£106,000) cost to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Nugent went on to inform Trump’s supporters to as an alternative take part in non-violent types of protest. “Don’t go into battle – but,” he continued, including that individuals ought to “stay peaceable and shine a constructive, loving, patriotic mild on the darkness”.