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Billie Joe Armstrong Frontman of Green Day renounces US citizenship Over Roe vs Wade said; ‘F**k America’

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Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong told visitors to a concert in London on Friday that he had resigned his US citizenship due to a Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade because he is upset with it. “Fuck America, I’m fucking renouncing my citizenship. I’m damn going here,” he said during his performance at the London Stadium on the band’s Hella Mega’s tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer.

He further added, “There are just too much fucking idiots in the world to go back to that miserable f****** excuse of the country.” “Oh, I’m not kidding. You’ll get a lot from me in the coming days.”

He also called the “p *****” judge responsible for overthrowing Roe v. Wade.

During his performance at the London Stadium, on Hella Mega’s Fall Out Boy and Weezer tour, Armstrong exclaimed, “F *** the Supreme Court of America.”

This is not the first time that Armstrong has expressed his displeasure with the American hit In Green Day in the 2004 song “American Idiot,” the band has accused the American media.

“Don’t be an American idiot / A media-dominated country / The information age of hysteria / It’s idiotic America,” Armstrong sang in the song.

Armstrong, 50, has been the frontman of Green Day since 1987. He was one of several liberal figures who expressed anger at the Supreme Court’s decision to overthrow Roe. Ford. The decision effectively terminates the recognition of the constitutional right to abortion and gives the individual state the power to fully allow, restrict or prohibit this practice.

Roe Vs. Wade battle in 1973 centered around ‘Jane Roe,’ a pseudonym for Norma McCorvey.

 She is a single mother who is pregnant for the third time and wants an abortion. And is suing Attorney General Henry Wade of Dallas for a Texas law. Which criminalizes pregnancy, except in cases of rape or incest. When the mother’s life ends. she is in danger – the fight against the law violates his constitutional rights.

Joe Biden criticized the decision as “un-American” in a speech to the White House on Friday (June 24, 22). Adding that it was a “sad day for the court and the country.”

Armstrong has joined a growing number of celebrities who have been hit by Roe’s turn in Wade. Which include Jack White, Pearl Jam, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Lizzo.

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