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Guns N' Roses ask fans to destroy pinata of Donald Trump

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Hard Rock band Guns N' Roses asked their fans to destroy a pinata of President-elect Donald Trump during their concert at Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes.

Frontman Axl Rose and the stage crew invited fans onstage, armed them with sticks and asked them to express freely what they feel about Trump, according to The Hollywood Reporter.



"Let's bring up some people and give them a stick. Express yourselves however you feel," Rose said as stagehands helped concertgoers up.

Earlier last month during a show in Brazil, Rose changed a line from the band's track "Civil War" to sing: "Look at the fear that Trump is feeding".

A week later he responded to Trump's appointment of an Attorney General by saying: "Good people don't listen to, acknowledge, nominate or elect people like Senator Jeff Sessions.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Guns N' Roses ask fans to destroy pinata of Donald Trump

Hard Rock band Guns N' Roses asked their fans to destroy a pinata of President-elect Donald Trump during their concert at Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes. Frontman Axl Rose and the stage crew invited fans onstage, armed them with sticks and asked them to express freely what they feel about Trump, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Let's bring up some people and give them a stick. Express yourselves however you feel," Rose said as stagehands helped concertgoers up. Earlier last month during a show in Brazil, Rose changed a line from the band's track "Civil War" to sing: "Look at the fear that Trump is feeding". A week later he responded to Trump's appointment of an Attorney General by saying: "Good people don't listen to, acknowledge, nominate or elect people like Senator Jeff Sessions. Hard Rock band Guns N' Roses asked their fans to destroy a pinata of President-elect Donald Trump during their concert at Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes.

Frontman Axl Rose and the stage crew invited fans onstage, armed them with sticks and asked them to express freely what they feel about Trump, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"Let's bring up some people and give them a stick. Express yourselves however you feel," Rose said as stagehands helped concertgoers up.

Earlier last month during a show in Brazil, Rose changed a line from the band's track "Civil War" to sing: "Look at the fear that Trump is feeding".

A week later he responded to Trump's appointment of an Attorney General by saying: "Good people don't listen to, acknowledge, nominate or elect people like Senator Jeff Sessions.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Guns N' Roses ask fans to destroy pinata of Donald Trump

Hard Rock band Guns N' Roses asked their fans to destroy a pinata of President-elect Donald Trump during their concert at Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes.

Frontman Axl Rose and the stage crew invited fans onstage, armed them with sticks and asked them to express freely what they feel about Trump, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"Let's bring up some people and give them a stick. Express yourselves however you feel," Rose said as stagehands helped concertgoers up.

Earlier last month during a show in Brazil, Rose changed a line from the band's track "Civil War" to sing: "Look at the fear that Trump is feeding".

A week later he responded to Trump's appointment of an Attorney General by saying: "Good people don't listen to, acknowledge, nominate or elect people like Senator Jeff Sessions.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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