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TRAPT Have Spent The Last 48 Hours Melting Down on Twitter Over Coronavirus

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Trapt frontman Chris Taylor Brown must be going crazy inside quarantine, because over the last two days, he seemingly is having a Twitter meltdown about COV-19, or coronavirus. Brown is notorious for his Trump-loving right wing views, which our friends at MetalSucks, have covered in great length.

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While US president Donald Trump has only begun acknowledging the pandemic in the last week, Trapt think Trump is actually doing a fine job and is spending a lot of time on Twitter to make sure people know that. Slate's Ashley Feinberg reports the "Headstrong" nu-metal one-hit-wonders tweeted roughly 900 times in the last 48 hours (equaling about 1/5th of their output). Here are some highlights:

Here Trapt attacks Captain America himself, Chris Evans:

Trapt think Trump is doing a great job:

Also, they beat Hoobastank on Pandora:

…didn't take long for the basement comments…

Also, there seem to be dozens of tweets like this, where they proudly recall that they currently have 2 million Spotify listeners and 2.6 million Pandora users:

Trapt think racism is over:

The Slate article keeps going and going, you can see more lowlights there because Trapt always post through it.

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Update: Actually, this is the best exchange…

TRAPT Have Spent The Last 48 Hours Melting Down on Twitter Over CoronavirusTRAPT Have Spent The Last 48 Hours Melting Down on Twitter Over Coronavirus

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