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Billie Joe Armstrong vows to waive US citizenship against Roe v. Wade

He announced during a concert in London on Friday night

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Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.
Green Day Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong. DPA / File Photo/Bang Showbiz

Billie Joe Armstrong states that he will waive US citizenship against the Roe v. Wade decision.

Green Day frontman, 50, plans to move to the UK following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn a groundbreaking ruling in 1973. It states that it is. American woman.

He made an announcement during a concert in London on Friday night, and fans shared his declaration on Sunday night.

He describes his hometown as follows:

"Oh, no joke. I'll have a lot of me in the next few days."

He also "p—" the judge who overturned the Roe v. Wade case. I called it.

Armstrong continued to shout "F-American Supreme Court" at a gig at London Stadium on the band's Heramega Tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer.

After that, he played Green Day's anti-war national anthem "American Idiot". This is the title track of the album of the same name group from 2004.

Records were written in response to the United States at the time President George W. Bush led the United States to invade Iraq after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Armstrong continues to see more celebrities hit in the Roe v. Wade reversal, including Jack White, Pearl Jam, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and Rizzo.

The Roe v. Wade incident in 1973 was centered around Norma McCorvey's pseudonym "Jane Law".

She is a third-time pregnant single mother who wanted an abortion and is in Dallas over Texas law, which criminalizes ending her pregnancy except in the case of rape and incest. Sued the Attorney General Henry Wade. She or when her mother's life was at stake she – she claimed a law that violated her constitutional rights.

Joe Biden condemned the sentence as "non-American" in a speech from the White House on Friday, a "sad day for the courts and the country," and called the move "wrong, extreme."

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