June 6, 2023

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong criticizes Roe’s decision against Wade

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong criticizes Roe's decision against Wade

Hours after the Supreme Court resolution To abolish reproductive rights in Roe v. Wade protests broke out all over San Francisco Gulf area Across the country, huge crowds of protesters marched to express their anger and fear of the ruling.

And at London Stadium thousands of miles away, Green Day’s Billy Joe Armstrong stopped in the middle of the group to express his disdain for the decision.

“F-America,” he told the crowded plaza. “I am giving up my citizenship. I am about to come here. There is so much stupidity in the world to go back to that miserable excuse of a country.”

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“Oh, I’m not kidding,” the Auckland-born musician continued. “You’ll get a lot from me in the coming days.”

The party was the band’s sixth stop on the European segment of the “Hela Mega Tour”, where they were joined by original pop-punk models Fall Out Boy and Weezer.

Elsewhere in England at Glastonbury Festival, the Academy Award-winning singer-songwriter billie eilishpopular independent artist Phoebe Bridgers, legendary rapper Megan Thee Stallion and decade-old pop star Olivia Rodrigo He also denied the ruling.

“Today is a really dark day for women in the United States,” Eilish said before performing a somber performance of “Your Power” from her landmark album “Happier Than Ever.” “I’m only going to say it because I can’t bear to think about it any longer.”

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Meanwhile, Bridgers led a hymn.

“Are there Americans here? Who wants to say ‘and- the Supreme Court?” she asked the crowd before everyone counted and shouted to herself.

She wasn’t the only one who did that. Megan Thee Stallion whipped the audience into a frenzy as she encouraged them to repeat the words, “My body, my mother’s choice” over and over. Finally, panting Rodrigo listed the names of the Supreme Court justices and chanted “We hate you” before Lily Allen’s “F-You” cover began.