Dee Snider Hopes They’ll Sue Mark Zuckerberg’s Sister For ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ Parody

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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider recently shared a couple of tweets to target Mark Zuckerberg’s sister and businessperson, Randi Zuckerberg‘s ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ cover. The singer unveiled that the band’s lawyers are examining the situation.

Twisted Sister released their third studio album named ‘Stay Hungry’ on May 10, 1984, and the record featured some of the band’s most famous songs such as ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ and ‘I Wanna Rock.’ Many commercials, companies, and artists used these songs, but a recent version by Mark Zuckerberg’s sister hit a nerve in Snider.

Randi Zuckerberg’s parody version entitled ‘We’re All Gonna Make It’ is a ‘rallying cry for the women of web3’ that she created to teach newcomers crypto jargon. Also, she added that she sang a Twisted Sister song for the Broadway musical ‘Rock of Ages’ years ago while sharing the video on Facebook.

Snider first shared a tweet in which he stated that he couldn’t believe that millions of people watched that ‘dog shit’ instead of his latest music video for ‘Stand,’ dedicated to The Station nightclub fire victims, which only received around 70 thousand views. After a fan asked him to sue the businessperson, he emphasized that it’s a parody, not a commercial, so everything is legal.

However, the Twisted Sister icon seems to have changed his mind shortly afterward as he posted another tweet to announce that their lawyers have started building a case. Snider added if it isn’t for ‘fair use,’ they will make Zuckerberg remove the song and the video from streaming platforms.

Fan’s tweet follows:

“Hey, Dee. I am friends with Anthony Palmucci, and I sent my son to his music school here in Jersey. He always speaks super highly of you. 2.5 million should be watching your videos and not this nonsense. Peace to you and your family.”

Snider responded:

“Right? That Randi Zuckerberg dog shit has 2.5 million, and my new video ‘Stand’ has 75K. What the f*ck!”

Another fan added:

“I sincerely hope Dee Snider unleashes a team of demon lawyers from Hell to have this removed from the internet.”

Dee Snider’s next tweet read:

Zero laws are being broken. There is nothing we can do.”

Later on, Dee announced the following:

“Attentions all: Twisted Sister has lawyers working on this now. It looks like it may not fall (as initially thought) into the ‘fair use’ category, and we can get it stopped and taken down. But again, why does it have 2.5 million views!”

You can read the tweets below.