San Francisco shoegaze/rock band Whirr are currently under fire for recent transphobic comments made on Twitter, mostly regarding punk band G.L.O.S.S. who released a relentless ripper of a demo EP at the beginning of 2015.

Since Whirr's tweets made the rounds, Run For Cover Records, a label Whirr has worked with on at least a few releases, announced that they would no longer be working with the band due to their behavior. You can see some of Whirr's tweets and Run For Cover's response below.

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They also touched on suicide…

Whether or not it was all the tweets bringing the situation to their attention, RFC acted:

Naturally, Whirr got a ton of hate tweets; some harsher than others. They retweeted probably all of them… Here is just a fraction to give you an idea.

G.L.O.S.S.'s vocalist fired back at Whirr with some acerbic tweets of her own: