Green Day have taken a stand against "trap beats" in a billboard publicising the band's new album 'Father Of All Motherfuckers'.
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The advert, which was initially posted on Green Day's official Twitter feed but has since been deleted, also specifies the album has "no features", "no Swedish songwriters" and is "100% pure uncut rock". Each statement is also underlined by a line of cocaine, complete with a rolled-up bill in case there was any doubt about the reference.
The Needle Drop posted the image on Twitter alongside the comment: "Green Day bringing the cringe into 2020", sparking a stream of edited versions mocking the billboard in the replies.
Green Day bringing the cringe into 2020. pic.twitter.com/9f9E9nz6hW— Thee Anthony Fantano (@theneedledrop) February 8, 2020
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While some may appreciate the clarification, we're not sure anyone was expecting trap beats on a Green Day album.
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