Gene Simmons Says ‘Don’t Talk Through Your Ass’ To A Fan Criticizing Him For Flying Private
KISS bassist and co-founder Gene Simmons responded to a fan’s comment on a news article he posted claiming the famous musician is only flying private and warned him not to talk about his personal life without having enough information about it.
The bassist and co-lead singer of KISS, Gene Simmons has been using his social media accounts to express his personal opinions on certain political and social issues in the United States. Although Simmons exposes to the criticism of some of his followers on social media, he has never hesitated to defend what he believed was right.
Recently on Twitter, Gene posted a news article from CBS News about almost 3000 passengers who were banned from U.S airlines for not following the necessary precautions against Covid-19. However, a Twitter user criticized Simmons for not being considerate about other people who have lost their right to travel freely. They also claimed that Gene is flying private and therefore he doesn’t care about others who don’t have the same opportunities.
In his response to the Twitter user’s comment, Simmons asked them not to talk through their ass. He stated that it was pointless for them to make assumptions about his personal life since they don’t know him at all. The KISS icon also revealed that he flies commercial almost always and denied the allegations against his travel preferences.
Here is how the Twitter user criticized Simmons:
“You fly private. You don’t care about people not being able to travel freely because of what they believe – so stop it. From the son of Holocaust survivor no less.”
To which Gene Simmons responded:
“You don’t know me. Don’t talk through your ass. I fly commercial almost always. And if you’re not wearing a mask, I don’t want you on the flight.”
You can see the tweet Gene Simmons posted on his Twitter account below.
You don’t know me. Don’t talk through your ass. I fly commercial almost always. And if you’re not wearing a mask, I don’t want you on the flight, Mr VoiceOfReason. https://t.co/wqASpnSX4l
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) January 28, 2021