Earlier this month, Great White played a show in North Dakota and footage from the event showed that very little social distancing was taking place. Shortly after the band released a statement saying they "were far from perfect." Now, current vocalist Mitch Malloy wants to set the record straight and combat all the "fake news" out there.
Malloy says the band has nothing to apologize for and there were in fact masks at the show. His proof is the tiniest, most pixelated photo I've seen on the internet in the last 20 years.
His caption, as you can see, reads "Front row Great White show in my home town of Dickinson ND. Fake news said no masks no social distancing. I keep saying otherwise and this pic proves my point. I never apologized. And never will. It was an awesome gig at my good buddies festival for my hometown crowd."
It's notable how cropped the photo is to only see the three faces there, when actual video footage from the stage shows very little in the way of distancing or masks.
Malloy also took the time to explain why he is immune to coronavirus – why it's all the immunity gummies he's been eating…
So yeah, things are going great for Great White.