Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider blasts Super Bowl for picking JLo and Shakira: 'I guess we don't shake our ass enough'

On Thursday, September 26, the two divas confirmed that they were the headlining acts for the show, which is set to take place on February 2, 2020, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida


                            Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider blasts Super Bowl for picking JLo and Shakira: 'I guess we don't shake our ass enough'

Like almost every year, the Super Bowl 2020 has drawn some controversy — this time, again like the last time, it's the Halftime show that's garnered some serious backlash.

Pop stars Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are set to headline the event. On Thursday, September 26, the two divas confirmed that they were the headlining acts for the show, which is set to take place on February 2, 2020, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

However, clearly, someone didn't take the news lightly. Dee Snider from the band Twisted Sister took to Twitter to slam the decision. 

"WTF!?" he wrote tagging the two women in his post, "for this year's @nfl halftime show!? Once again the great heavy music that rocks the stadiums week after week, game after game, is completely ignored. I guess we don't shake our ass enough!!"



 

 

Twitter was very quick in letting him know that he had no business slamming the artistes. Calling him a "cry baby", one fan said, "Lol, there's always a crybaby in the crowd huh? Who is twisted sister? They haven't done anything in decades so why should they do the super bowl."

"There have been enough rock bands in the mix so let some fine talented Latina ladies shake the world cause there is room for everyone," the fan added. Another said, "Why can't we all just say congratulations and move on!!" while a third one said, "Why would you be a choice? Take a seat."

Snider clarified his tweet later saying that it was "not about slamming @jlo or @shakira. It’s about the great music that inspires us all season long being represented at the Super Bowl halftime shows," he said.

He then moved on to clarify that he wasn't a racist when Twitterati called him one for slamming women of color for performing their hits. "I’ve got no problem with the Latino community. But THE WORLD watches the Super Bowl," he went on to tweet, "I know of few bands that virtually everybody loves like @acdc!"

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