Indie music star Ariel Pink has been removed from his record label after attending President Trump’s rally – even though he reprimanded the Capitol saying he went to take a nap.
The label Mexican Summer announced on Friday that “Baby” said Wednesday in Washington, DC, about supporting Trump, which preceded the riots.
“Due to recent events, Mexican Summer and its employees have decided to end our work relationship with Ariel Rosenberg AK Ariel Pink,” New York based record label tweeted Friday.
The singer openly anticipated an anticipation, even though he insisted that he was sleeping when the rioters attacked the Capitol.
“I attended the rally on the lawn of the White House and went back to the hotel and took a nap. The matter is closed, ”he said Tweeted on thursday His support at the rally, along with fellow indie musician John Maus, asserted that he was “against violent confrontation or rioting.”
The decision to drop him just for his political leanings was quickly taken as the “worst” and the “textbook magnanimity” of “cancel culture”.
“He went to a rally for the sake of the gods,” one Supporter responded On his former label, while others noted that there was nothing illegal on them.
“Leaving a great artist to speak your mind says more about your label than it does an artist,” A fan wrote.
“You are open-minded, stopping free thinkers and promoting a culture that disrupts creativity.”
Others also suggested “Obviously illegal.”
“Do you fire anyone with different beliefs?” As one commenter suggested, it opened a “clear-cut lawsuit” for the Los Angeles-based singer.