Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl informed Westboro Baptist protesters they’re imagined to ‘love all people’ at live performance
The Foo Fighters are getting political.
The rock group held a live performance in Bonner Springs, Kansas on Thursday night, and whereas the Azura Amphitheater occasion drew a drove of followers, it additionally noticed protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church collect exterior to push towards the band and their beliefs.
In a video captured by an attendee and shared to Twitter, protesters could possibly be seen holding indicators studying “God hates your idols,” “God hates pleasure,” “God is your enemy” and extra.
Lead singer Dave Grohl and his band stood on the mattress of a big truck that slowly drove previous the protest, giving Grohl an opportunity to handle the group.
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“Alright now, women and gents, I acquired one thing to say,” the previous Nirvana drummer started. “As a result of, you recognize what, I like you. I do”
He continued: “The best way I have a look at it, I like all people. Is not that what you are imagined to do? Cannot you simply love all people? As a result of I feel it is about love. That is what I feel. I feel we’re all about love.”
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Grohl and his bandmates, who not too long ago launched an album that includes covers of a number of Bee Gees songs and have been taking part in the enduring disco tune “You Needs to be Dancing” throughout Grohl’s handle, slowly started to drag away from the protest.
“You should not be hating,” the rocker continued. “You understand what you ought to be doing? You have to be dancing.”
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The rationale for the protest was unclear, however in line with the Huffington Put up, a press launch from the church mentioned that the Foo Fighters “have made no try and make their our bodies a residing sacrifice, holy (that means separated from the methods of this world), and acceptable unto God, being their cheap service.”
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The disco tune was featured on the Foo Fighters’ latest album “Dee Gees / Hail Satin – Foo Fighters / Reside.”