Dopamine starved trendies, desperate to get to any form of music festival and take 900 million selfies of themselves in masks, taking COVID tests, and accepting all kinds of draconian restrictions in exchange for some “fun” are now demanding that singer Ian Brown be cancelled because he has vocally opposed the introduction of vaccine passports in order to attend music events.
It remains to be seen whether any from of vaccine passport will be used at the festival, but if it is Brown will almost certainly refuse to appear anyway, having recently pulled out of other events that have decided to implement such systems.
My Saturday night headline show at NHBD Weekender Festival will now not happen! I refuse to accept vaccination proof as condition of entry.Refunds are available! X
— Ian Brown (@ianbrown) March 3, 2021
All major festival promoters have held talks with SAGE/GOVT since early December planning vaccine proof as condition of entry. Money is their God. Any musician going along with this is a collaborator and a disgrace!
— Ian Brown (@ianbrown) March 17, 2021
Brown, the former front man of The Stone Roses, was announced as part of the line up of the TRNSMT festival in Glasgow, scheduled for September this year. However, subservient normies have demanded the singer be removed from the bill because of his opinion.
— Holly Munn (@HollyMunn93) March 26, 2021
Replace Ian Brown https://t.co/zD1V52kW3j
— Eunan (@E__1917) March 26, 2021
TRNSMT still having Ian Brown headline is embarrassing man. Pelt him with vaccines.
— Lorenzo (@Lorenzo__LP) March 26, 2021
good luck to anyone buying friday tickets lol, would a fuck be listening to ian brown shout about how covid isn’t real pic.twitter.com/aeTcq7HmUC
— dj myspace (@caitrz_) March 26, 2021
— David Burns (@DavidBurnsBusks) March 26, 2021
In response to the calls for cancelation, others defended Brown’s right to have a different opinion:
Why not? I don't necessarily agree with his views, but why on earth should he stop getting booked simply because he has a different opinion?
— Simon Jenkins (@FLC1889) March 26, 2021
He can have any non-sense or stupid opinion we want. We disagree, that's all. No need to "cancel him". You can enjoy his work and dont agree with his positions. The cancelation culture is beyond my understanding, and its sad.
— João (@JooMarquesPaiv1) March 26, 2021
Ian don’t you dare cancel trnsmt.
— Harry Gilbank (@Harry_gilbank) March 17, 2021
As we have extensively covered, the UK government has announced that “Covid-19 certification” is coming to enable people to attend sports events and go to theatre performances, but has also denied that COVID passports are being introduced.
Despite repeatedly assuring the public that domestic vaccine passports to enter pubs would be discouraged, Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week signaled that landlords could mandate them when pubs begin to open next month.