Westboro Baptist Church dissenters got a message they weren’t exactly anticipating when the Foo Fighters moved up to their dissent on Thursday night to play out some exemplary disco tunes and show them something new about adoration.
The hyper-traditionalist church known for its homophobic and disdainful way of talking against the LGBTQ+ people group were arranged against a stretch of a bustling street in Bonner Springs, Kansas, to fight the band’s show.
They were furnished with their typical Judgment day signs that proclaimed, “God Hates Your Idols,” “Choice Is a Satanic Lie,” and “God Hates Pride.
“But the Foo Fighters came prepared to convey a message when they moved up toward the rear of a truck to proceed as their modify self images the Dee Gees.
“Okay now, fine people, I got a remark,” lead artist Dave Grohl told the none too satisfied crowd. “Since you know what, I love you. The manner in which I see it is, I love everyone. Isn’t that what you should do? Shouldn’t you simply adore everyone? You shouldn’t loathe. You know what you ought to do? You ought to move!”
The band then, at that point dispatched into “You Should Be Dancing” by the Bee Gees, as Grohl ribs the congregation individuals, prodding that he saw somebody’s “momma moving” to the disco hit.
Last month, the Foo Fighters uncovered their disco modify self images the Dee Gees under the LP Hail Satin, which incorporates fronts of a portion of the Bee Gees’ most well known tunes, for example, “Night Fever,”
“Misfortune,” and “In excess of a Woman.” This isn’t the main showdown the Foo Fighters have had with the congregation, which fights the band each time they are visiting the area, performing Willie Watson’s “Keep It Clean” to the individuals in 2011 and moving to Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” before the little gathering of picketers in 2015.
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