Australian singer/songwriter, Darren Hayes has threatened Cory Bernardi and the Australian Conservatives after Bernardi included his music in a Spotify play list. A Tweet by the Australian Conservatives says, the play list was launched by Bernardi as “an alternative to Triple J’s ‘Hottest 100’ after they abandoned Australia Day.”
.@CoryBernardi launches the #AC100, an alternative to @TripleJ “Hottest 100” after they abandoned #AustraliaDay. Click to listen to the @spotify playlist and vote for your favourites: https://t.co/qlknkhHH5j #auspol #ABetterWay pic.twitter.com/GHy6GDe659
— Aust Conservatives (@AuConservatives) January 17, 2018
Hayes responded by saying, “I do not want to be associated with you, your party or your views. Remove my music from this stunt or expect contact from my publisher…”
Hi @CoryBernadi and @AuConservatives. I do not want to be associated with you, your party or your views. Remove my music from this stunt or expect contact from my publisher @SonyATV https://t.co/fBmVisypLz
— Darren Hayes (@darrenhayes) January 17, 2018
How tolerant… Bernardi responded to Hayes’ threat by suggesting the singer “get over” himself:
— Cory Bernardi (@corybernardi) January 17, 2018
A brief scroll through Hayes’ feed demonstrates how truly bitter and divisive the left are. Ironically, it was only on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, that Hayes urged his followers to “find our inner MLK.” Because “It’s the only way we’re gonna get through this.”
We gotta find our inner MLK. It's the only way we're gonna get through this.
— Darren Hayes (@darrenhayes) January 15, 2018
Typical leftist hypocrisy.