Canadian musician Brian Adams posted an explosive-driven elite post about his concerts canceled by the virus epidemic.
Adams shared a video of himself playing his 1983 hit “Cut Life of Knife” on Instagram on Monday morning. In the caption he laments for multiple canceled concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, blaming it on vendors in the wet market.
“Jig tenants were supposed to start tonight at the Royal Albert Hall, but eating a few bats, selling animals in a wet market, creating a virus greedy bastard has taken over the world, not to mention thousands of people infected or dying from the virus,” he said. Wrote.
Some people believe that the wet markets in Wuhan, China, were the main source of the coronavirus. A wet market is a kind of live-product seller that gets its name from its wet floor. However, there is no definite connection between COVID-19 and Wuhan Wet Market.
Adams added, “Thanks to them, my message is to all but F-Link.”
Many concerts, sporting events, film premieres, and other large gatherings have been banned in many countries due to social distance and shelter rules.
“I hope I could have been there more than you know to all the people missing on our show. It’s been great to hang out with my kids and family, but I miss my other family, my band, my crew and my fans. Take care of you and hopefully we can get the show on the street again soon, ”Adams said.
Adams ’post immediately drew criticism on social media, and became trending on Twitter on Monday night.
The musician gained fame in Canada and the United States with his 1983 album “Cuts Like a Knife” and his 1984 album “Reckless”. His music has received 15 Grammy nominations and his songwriting for the film has received five Golden Globe Nodes and three Academy Award nominations.
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Clothing is a wisdom choice. One of my songs was supposed to start tonight at @royalalberthall Jig tenant, but eating some playing bats, selling animals in the wet market, thanks to the virus greedy Zardari the whole world is now holding on, not to mention the thousands of people infected with the virus. Or died. My message to them is “Vegan”, except for the “Thanks a loting lot”. To all the people missing on our show, I hope I could have been there more than you know. It’s been great to hang out with my kids and family, but I miss my other family, my band, my crew and my fans. Take care of yourself and hopefully we can get the show on the street again soon. I was going to serve a snippet for the next few days we were supposed to edit each album. X❤️ #sumsfromisolation # covid_19 #banwetket #selfisolation #bryanadamscutslikeaknife #govegan🌱