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TwitBits: LMFAO, Kings Of Leon, Fear Factory, Colin Meloy And More

by Andrew Tijs on February 20, 2012

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Sky Blu of LMFAO gets a Twitter tattoo, Jared of KOL has gone soft, Burton from Fear Factory has a birthday, Colin Meloy endorses Rick Santorum and heaps more.

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Things musicians have tweeted, below.

  • Happy birthday to Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys, and Burton C Bell, singer for Fear Factory. Yep.
  • Sky Blu of LMFAO has tattooed the Twitter logo on his middle finger; that being the bird. Pun tattoos.
  • Pink Eyes from Fucked Up wants a televised funeral for Mike Davis from MC5. So do we.
  • ‘Gimme All Your Felt’, Rick Ross.
  • But why would Colin Meloy of The Decemberists want Santorum to be the Republican nom if he’s so crazy? #sarcasm
  • Chris Brown claims evolution is awareness of consciousness. Let’s see what the haters do with this one.
  • Perez Hilton and The Game are fighting about the latter’s use of the hashtag #FagSwag. That rhymes.
  • Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers is laughing at Ben Lee, because Ben Lee has cornered the market in “horny bitches” .
  • Sadly, at the end one of his greatest days ever, while eating chocolate ice cream in front of a fireplace with his girlfriend, Jared Followill of Kings Of Leon has gone soft.
  • Lindsay Lohan has at least one friend left in the world – Sam Sparro.

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