As Twitchy told you, Bruce Springsteen canceled a scheduled concert in North Carolina to fight the “prejudice and bigotry” he believes are sanctioned by the state’s HB2 law. But, well, that raises a really good question for the liberal icon:

Oh, snap!

And what about Bryan Adams, who canceled his show in Biloxi over Mississippi’s “discriminatory” religious liberty law (despite having recently performed in virulently anti-LGBT Egypt)?

How does that work? Will Bruce and Bryan have to boycott themselves?



‘Raising my voice in opposition’: Bruce Springsteen cancels N.C. concert over HB2 law

Bryan Adams, back from Egypt concert, cancels Mississippi show due to ‘discriminatory’ law