Trapt is still stirring up drama with other bands after more than two weeks

The band are staying "Headstrong" in pushing their crappy views.

March 28, 2020
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One of the funnier things to come out of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has been seeing the official Trapt Twitter account and singer Chris Taylor Brown having a colossal temper tantrum online while dragging other bands into their drama and they’re back again for another round.

Whoever runs the band’s Twitter account decided today (March 28) that it was a good idea to act like edge lords online again while trying to beef with TriviumSilent Planet, and more.

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The band, best known for the 2002 hit “Headstrong,” started things off by defending Donald Trump‘s inept response to the ongoing pandemic.

It all seemingly started when Chris Evans, best known for his role as Captain America in the Marvel Universe tweeted about a Trump press conference addressing coronavirus earlier this week.

From there, the band went on a massive tirade with some ridiculous replies filled with a touch of racism throughout. Trapt started using the hashtags #whiteprivilegedoesnotexist and #nooneisbeingoppressedin2020 in their posts.

Then, things kept going with musicians such as Kellin QuinnTillian Pearson from Dance Gavin Dance and Tyler (Telle) Smith from the Word Alive firing back at Trapt.

Now, the band haven’t stopped at all while staying at home. In the past couple of days, they’ve kept things going with awful tweets pointed at Silent Planet, Trivium, From Ashes To New, I Prevail and others.

It started up again with I Prevail’s guitarist shooting back at Trapt getting them to reply.

Then, From Ashes to New shot back in the midst of this. The two bands kept a back and forth of trashing Trapt which got them even more fired up about everything.

And of course, the band needed to inject a bit of their ridiculous ideas about gun rights and white privilege when not talking about other more successful bands.

They also doubled down on fighting with various members of Trivium who have been trolling Trapt the entire time.

Silent Planet gave a bit of a fun stab at Trapt which turned into an awful but still very funny to see exchange between them.

While so many bands have been rightfully trashing Trapt online, one actually is trying to stick up for them.

All That Remains vocalist Phil Labonte gave his thoughts on Trapt fighting the entire internet too.

An angry reactionary Trapt fan tried to step up to Labonte despite him being fairly apologetic to the entire situation.

What do you think of Trapt’s latest internet rantings? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt