Twisted Sister frontman had Covid, but 'didn’t miss a beat' thanks to being vaxxed


The 66-year-old tweeted the rumours were true that he had contracted the coronavirus. Photo: Dee Snider/Instagram

He decided he was going to take it.

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider tweeted the rumours were true that he had contracted the coronavirus, but because he was vaccinated, the 66-year-old rocked on with no problem.

“FOR ALL WHO READ I GOT COVID... I’m fully vaccinated so my symptoms were minor,” Snider told fans.

“Advil and Sudafed totally managed them. Didn’t miss a beat business wise (did 10 interviews on first day I got it). All symptoms gone in three days. I feel totally fine now. GET THE VACCINATION!”

While some fans responded supportively, other head bangers who maybe should have worn a helmet didn’t get it.

“So you are saying you contracted Covid after getting the vaccine and this is a good reason to get the vaccine???” tweeted one fan who seemed serious, but confused. “I love you man, but this makes no sense.”

While Covid vaccines can’t assure people exposed to coronavirus won’t be infected, vaccinated people, like Snider, are less likely to suffer severe illness should they contract Covid-19.

“Life’s too short to explain this to you,” Snider replied to the twisted logic. “Good luck.”

The We’re Not Gonna Take It singer is the son of a former state trooper and an educator.

He’s busily promoting his new album, Leave A Scar, which features the singles Time To Choose and In For The Kill. – New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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