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Ted Nugent calls out “haters and liars” after cancelled gig in Alabama

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Following a recently postponed show in Alabama, Ted Nugent is speaking out against the “haters” who are keeping him from performing. Due to his political stance, Nugent has now been prohibited from performing in Alabama.

The Avondale Brewing Company decided to cancel the performance after receiving strong opposition from supporters about Nugent being at the event. It was said: “We have heard the concerns of the Avondale community and in conjunction with our partners, have taken the necessary steps to to cancel the Ted Nugent concert.”

In response to his dismissal, Nugent wrote on Twitter, “liars and haters drunk on stupid incapable to debate me.” Nugent is well-known for his support of Donald Trump outside of the music industry, and he once urged his fellow fans to “not go into battle – yet” in response to the former president’s legal proceedings.

Nugent has previously expressed his opinions on politicians, notably in a well-known video in which he appeared on stage with a machine gun and threatened to destroy Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Assaulting Bruce Springsteen for allegedly backing communists and criticizing Neil Young for removing his songs from Spotify, Nugent has also taken aim at other musicians.

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