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Fading American Musicians Try to Retain Relevance Trashing USA

'I'm Fuc***** renouncing my citizenship. I'm coming here...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Billy Joel Armstrong, the lead singer of the aging punk rock band Green Day, attacked America while performing in England over the weekend.

On Green Day’s “Hella Mega Tour,” Armstrong spewed a tirade against the country that made him rich and famous. According to Yahoo News, he began his rant with “F*** America.” He continued his whining, “I’m F******* renouncing my citizenship. I’m coming here.”

Armstrong explained his disdain for America, opining that the American people were too stupid to tolerate. He ranted that, “There’s just too much f***ing stupid in the world to go back to that miserable f***ing excuse for a country.” Of course, this emotional outburst was followed by assurances that Armstrong was serious.

Billy Joel appeared to want to drive home the point, as he introduced his song, “American Idiot,” by screaming, “F*** the Supreme Court of America.” The 2004 smash hit begins with these words, “Don’t want to be an American idiot.”

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Ironically, the American institution’s name is not “The Supreme Court of America.”

Olivia Rodrigo, best known for her temper tantrums repackaged as songs such as “good 4 u,” and “drivers license,” also attacked America in England.

Rodrigo brought Lilly Allen on stage for a duet performance of Allen’s song “F*** You,” reported Yahoo News.

In introducing the song, Rodrigo said, “This song goes out to the justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh; We hate you.”

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As Rodrigo listed off each name, Allen raised her middle finger.

Allen reported writing her song “f*** you,” with George Bush in mind.

According to USA Today and The Daily Mail, these celebrities were joined by several other American musicians in attacking their own country, including Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, and Megan Thee Stallion.

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