Singer Alters Lyrics To Canadian National Anthem At All-Star Game To Support ‘All Lives Matter’ Group
Pissing off two countries at once -- with one of them being Canada -- is a feat rarely accomplished in human history. But the Canadian singing group The Tenors managed to pull that off today while singing the Canadian National Anthem at the Major League All-Star Game in San Diego.
One of the four singers altered the lyrics of "O Canada", adding a line that supported the movement "All Lives Matter." Many consider it a counter-movement to "Black Lives Matter", and consider it racist. Here it is below:
Correction: The Tenors altered O Canada lyrics in support of All Lives Matter. pic.twitter.com/Q0i6qqLB4Y
— Bill Cooney (@BillCooney) July 13, 2016
Apologies came in rather quickly.
So, there's an opening in the group, eh?
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) July 13, 2016
The singer held up an "All Lives Matter" sign during his surprise stanza, drawing some boos from the stands.
MLB did not approve of the 4 minutes of slam poetry about Harambe that I wanted to add to the US national anthem
— Brian Pickett (@BrianPickett) July 13, 2016
Ha ha ha. Meanwhile, in the stands ...
— nick pants (@nick_pants) July 13, 2016
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