Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea not a fan of guns; ‘Change the Constitution’ and ‘Melt them down’ he says

07/25/13 11:13 AM | by

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Michael Peter Balzary, otherwise known as Flea, the bassist for the band Red Hot Chili Peppers, has joined the ranks of celebrities playing political games and decided to tweet his feelings about guns and gun control. Apparently the Australian-born American musician feels that guns are a “pathetic useless concept for sick people” that we should change the Constitution and melt all of the guns of the world down and turn them into sculptures.

To each his own, but please, for the love of all things sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, Flea, please step away from the keyboard and continue to just make great music.

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