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Green Day frontman says he will renounce U.S. citizenship after the Law vs. Wade reversal

The state imposes restrictions and bans on abortion

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong Said to "renounce" him on Friday US citizenship. He has the Supreme CourtRoev. I made a comment shortly after making a groundbreaking decision that established the right to abort Wade.

In front of the audience at London Stadium in England, Armstrong told fans: Come here " 

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer Perform At London Stadium
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong will perform during the Hellamega Tour at London Stadium on Friday. Burak Cingi

While the audience cheered, he said, "There are too many stupid f ** kings in the world and their miserable f. ** I can't go back to king. " Country excuse. He said he wasn't kidding and promised his fans that he would "get a lot" in the next few days. 

— TalkTV (@TalkTV)June 27, 2022

Armstrong is the first time Some songs on Green Day's "American Idiot" album were written to condemn the invasion of Iraq and the Bush administration. 

Armstrong has joined a choir of artists who speak against the Supreme Court's decision to reverse Law. At the Glastonbury Festival, "driver's license" singer Olivia Rodrigo blamed the conservative judge in the majority opinion, saying"We hate you."At the BET Awards on Sunday,Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáeand other stars criticize the High Court's opinion at their own powerful moments. did. 

"It's time to talk about the fact that guns have more rights than women. It's a sad day in America," Henson said. "A life-threatening weapon is more powerful than a life-giving woman — if she chooses to do so, and it's time for me to take it off my chest."

Christopher Brito
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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trend writer on CBS News, focusing on sports and stories, including racial and cultural issues.

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