Step Back From That Ledge, My Friend: Rock Band Enrages RNC Concertgoers

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All Third Eye Blind, the ’90s rock band, wanted to do Tuesday night was play its songs at a charity event at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Plus trash Donald Trump.

Republicans certainly weren’t feeling it.

The band drew a round of “boos” after the lead singer, Stephan Jenkins, began speaking in support of LGBT rights and hinted at his dislike for Trump.

“You can boo all you want, but I’m the motherfucking artist up here,” Jenkins told his audience.

Some fans were dismayed that the band didn’t play its hits like “Semi-Charmed Life,” as reported.

Here’s some of the evidence social media has to offer us the morning after:

The band even took its trolling to Twitter after the concert:

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