Monster Truck‘s Jon Harvey just lately stated on the Loaded Radio podcast he’s “tremendous offended” by the criticism he is acquired for collaborating with Child Rock on “Do not Inform Me How To Reside,” a tune that, sarcastically, is about individuals being overly offended. You possibly can watch the music video for the observe under.
Whereas some Rock followers have gotten a very good giggle out of the observe, others weren’t as happy with it. Canadian arduous rock-troio Danko Jones, shared their disappointment with Harvey in a collection of tweets. They referred to as Rock a “piece of shit’ and condemned Monster Truck to a “lifetime membership within the douchebag corridor of fame” for collaborating with the musician.
Addressing Danko Jones’ tweets, Harvey stated, “I do not need this to return throughout the mistaken approach, nevertheless it feels just a little opportunistic to me. It additionally seems like he is a really indignant particular person. I do not subscribe to that, and I am not an indignant particular person.
“That is my entire factor about it – the man is upset as a result of he thinks [the song] promotes hate, and he is getting that out by hating it. It is essentially the most contradictory, hypocritical factor I’ve ever skilled… It is, like buddy, simply simmer down. You have bought some shit to kind… It is a possibility – that is the difficulty I’ve with it. It is, like, he might have stated nothing and simply stored going together with his life. However as a substitute he is placing himself on the market and placing that hate on the market and it is creating a possibility for him. That is tremendous bizarre to me.
“I do not know, man. I am actually harm by that… It is tremendous offensive. My mother’s gonna learn that article, and different persons are, and this man is de facto portray me out to be one thing… He is bought no concept what I am like; he is bought no concept what my pals or my household are like. It is some fairly harsh shit.”
Danko Jones responded to Harvey’s feedback, once more on Twitter, and accused him of “enjoying the sufferer,” and using “racist tropes.”
“Bizarre Al” Yankovic additionally went to Twitter to clear the air and let everybody know that the tune that calls out “snowflakes’ and cancel tradition was not, in actual fact, considered one of his parody music movies.
“Do not Inform Me How To Reside” Music Video