ROCK STAR! Eric Clapton Says He Will NOT PLAY Shows Where Proof of Vaccine is Required

Rock and Roll icon and legend Eric Clapton has shown was it means to be a true Rock Star! Clapton announced that he will not play any venues that require proof of vaccination to get in, standing up to the tyranny of the democrats, media, and big tech.

Clapton issued the statement in response to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement on Monday, July 19th, that vaccine passes would be required to enter nightclubs and venues.

Clapton’s statement was shared via the Telegram Account of producer and architect Robin Monotti, who has been very skeptical of the Covid-19 vaccine and express other doubts about the U.K. government’s response to the pandemic.

“Following the PM’s announcement on Monday the 19th of July 2021 I feel honor-bound to make an announcement of my own,” Clapton said. “I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present. Unless there is provision made for all people to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show.”

The statement was accompanied with a link to Clapton’s anti-lockdown song with Van Morrison, “Stand and Deliver.”

Do you stand with Eric Clapton? Comment Below.

Thanks to our friends at Rolling Stone for contributing to this article.

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Mary Jo Joyce
Mary Jo Joyce
3 months ago

Thank you!

Not your business
Not your business
3 months ago

Clapton has just become my favorite artist!

MN OldMan
MN OldMan
3 months ago

Yes

Alan V Horn
Alan V Horn
3 months ago

God bless Eric Clapton. When Eric meets God, God will have a special place set aside for him in outer space.

mslarma
3 months ago

Thank you for standing up to this madness that is going on around the world. I hope more people like you will have the courage to make a stand as well. I hope your injuries from the vaccine have healed.

Dave Jorgensen
Dave Jorgensen
2 months ago

He could be the music spokesperson for those of us who demand to be free and make our own decisions.