Eighties rock group Guns N’ Roses are no fans of US President Elect Donald Trump.
On Wednesday during the last show of their Latin American tour, the “Welcome to the Jungle” rockers invited fans to “express their feelings” by beating a giant piñata of Trump on stage.
Videos show multiple Mexico City fans jumping at the chance to savage an effigy of the businessman, as band members stood by watching.
Last month, Axl Rose, the band’s controversial frontman, told Trump to “stop whining” after the president elect weighed in on the Hamilton controversy.
“’Hamilton cast harassed Pence,’” the “Paradise City” vocalist tweeted. “Do you ever stop whining? An apology? Seriously?! You won, this is the job, Get on with it or get out of the kitchen.”
"Hamilton Cast harassed Pence." Do u ever stop whining?An apology?Seriously?!U won,this is the job,get on with it or get out of the kitchen.
— Axl Rose (@axlrose) November 19, 2016
On the other hand, Trump has in the past expressed adoration for the group, at one time meeting Axl Rose and labeling him the “Donald Trump of rock ‘n roll.”
In the nineties, the hotel mogul also reportedly offered to bankroll a documentary for the “November Rain” artists, as reported in an August 1992 issue of New York Magazine.