Sickening. Karate Kid’ Ralph Macchio retweeted that tweet posted by ‘Entourage’ creator Doug Ellin, which pretty much sums it all up. As Twitchy reported, Rolling Stone magazine let its moral bankruptcy show by glamorizing terror with a Tiger Beat-style cover of the Boston bombing suspect.

Pro wrestler Gregory Shane Helms agrees.

While some terror groupies grossly thought the cover wasn’t swoony enough, the sane rightly called out the magazine. Actor Ralph Macchio joined the ranks of sanity, which include Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, David Draiman of Disturbed, television host Carson Daly, MLB pitcher Brad Ziegler and citizens across Twitter, who have called for a boycott.


The word is getting out: CVS has now confirmed that it will not sell the issue it its stores.

Update: Walgreens joins CVS.


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‘Go to hell’: Vocalist David Draiman of Disturbed destroys ‘ultra-liberal’ Rolling Stone in epic rant

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