Lately, Sebastian bach & Stephen Pearcy have been busy arguing on social media.
Stephen Pearcy took to his Twitter to share the hashtag #UnMaskAmerica, eliciting a number of disapproving responses from his followers.
Pearcy later deleted his original tweet and shared a photo of himself with braided hair, holding a Robbin Crosby guitar while wearing a mirrored face mask with the caption:
“Maybe if we all wear this mask, we can all have peace. Or we can wait for the real guys to come down and straighten things out. I’m waiting for the A*s kicking”
In response to Stephen‘s tweet, Bach wrote: “Dude this sh*t is actually not funny. Please stop embarrassing yourself and all of rock and roll”
Now Sebastian Bach says that Stephen Pearcy‘s Twitter “account got hacked” and the RATT singer never implied Americans should refrain from wearing a cloth face mask or covering in public even though it protects against the coronavirus.
“We just got a text from @StephenEPearcy + Kristi telling us that Stephens account got hacked and he never tweeted to unmask America,” Bach tweeted Friday night (July 3).
“I am so happy to hear that one of my heroes and great friends is on the good team. We have got to do everything we can to get our lives back!!”