LOOK: LINKIN PARK Frontman Has A Change Of Heart After Backlash From Fans
It's been a tough few weeks for Linkin Park's Chester Bennington after receiving backlash for telling fans to move on from their debut album Hybrid Theory and to 'just stab themselves in the face' if they didn't like the new album. Now, the singer has a change of heart and decided to 'recalibrate' his perspective.
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After hearing Slipknot's Corey Taylor comments, Chester took to Twitter what seems like an apology to fans saying that he appreciates their continuous support.
Just heard Corey Taylor's response to something I said in an interview and I agree with him. I do appreciate our fans.— Chester Bennington (@ChesterBe) May 24, 2017
I'm human and sometimes take things too personally. Most of our fans have been very positive lately. Some... not so much.— Chester Bennington (@ChesterBe) May 24, 2017
Either way... there is a lot of passion on both sides and I am grateful to all of our fans. Corey is a good dude and I appreciate him too??— Chester Bennington (@ChesterBe) May 24, 2017
Time to recalibrate my perspective. So I say to all of our fans... Thank you and I love you all. Peace, love and happiness??— Chester Bennington (@ChesterBe) May 24, 2017
Chester knows that fans have every right to feel that way but maybe it's time to move on from the hate and fill each other with 'peace, love and happiness'. What do you think?
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