Sebastian Bach of Skid Row Blasts Donald Trump on Twitter

Canadian singer Sebastian Bach performing with American rock group Skid Row, circa 1990. (Photo by Mick Hutson/Redferns/Getty Images)
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It's safe to say that Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach will not be voting for Donald Trump. Bach blasted the current American president on Twitter today, claiming that Trump supporters "stand against rock n' roll." Bach added that America is gripped by COVID-19, putting countless artists out of work "thanks to a reality television show host doesn't believe in science."

Response to Bach's tweet has been fast and furious, and fans and foes alike lined up to praise/insult the Skid Row rocker for his views on Trump. After being online for just 15 hours, the tweet had been retweeted more than 10,000 times, and liked over 55,000 times.

The responses to the messages are a mix of supporters and detractors, with the singer himself wading into the fray to fire back.

Celebrity gossip monger Perez Hilton was especially pleased with Bach's post.

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