You know where you are, Tim Cook? No, not Silicon Valley — you’re in Axl Rose’s jungle, baby.
The Guns N’ Roses frontman does not like iTunes or the man now responsible for it, and he just obliterated the Apple CEO using only 10 words.
“Tim Cook is the Donald Trump of the music industry,” the rocker tweeted late last night.
That’s not a compliment — check Rose’s Twitter feed to see what else he thinks of the current White House administration. A number of them are not exactly appropriate for us to republish.
Here is how Rose’s latest multi-level burn looked on the social media network:
Tim Cook is the Donald Trump of the music industry.
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) March 8, 2018
Rose has never been shy to express controversial viewpoints. Besides his Twitter feed, the mercurial singer’s left-leaning politics have been on display since the “Use Your Illusion” era of the band. The opening song on “Use Your Illusion II,” “Civil War,” is a protest song about…war. There, Rose sings that war only “feeds the rich while it buries the poor” and asks “what’s so civil about war, anyway? Oh, and this is a singer who has totally revamped his band’s lineup many times over, so taking on Apple and its CEO is just the latest battle that Rose is raging