took to Twitter in a rant about gun control after the Connecticut massacre, but didn't expect so many of his followers to hit back at him.Now he has banned fans from Motley Crue
shows if they "put guns in front of kids."Almost 30 people died in the shootings at a school last week, with most victims being children. There is now a widespread debate about whether assault weapons should be banned, and whether private sales should be banned.As Noisecreep
notes, Neil's thoughts are not linear and appear to follow his "random thoughts," but in general he raises concerns that more could be done to protect children from this kind of tragic event.
He was quickly outraged by the number of followers who put more value on the second amendment than on the lives of children:
He finished with this: "F--K YOU to EVERYONE who puts guns in front of kids!! Do not come to ANY shows! You are sick!!
"It's a powerful debate that can't seriously be condensed into a few casual tweets, but we're interested in hearing your views.Should there be stricter gun controls, or is it too late? Could anything else be done to prevent these devastating events? Let us know what you think in the comments.