Indie musician Ariel Pink has been dropped from his label soon after he verified attending the Trump rally that led to the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol.
“Due to current gatherings, Mexican Summer and its staff members have resolved to end our doing the job relationship with Ariel Rosenberg AKA Ariel Pink going ahead,” tweeted the New York-based mostly record label Friday.
(As of Friday afternoon, Pink’s site on the Mexican Summer web page was continue to active.)
The announcement came just a day following Pink’s rationalization on Twitter that he had attended the Washington, D.C., rally to “peacefully present my support for the president.”
“i attended the rally on the white house lawn and went back again to hotel and took a nap. case shut,” he tweeted Thursday in reaction to a Twitter user who had called Pink and fellow indie musician John Maus out for taking part in Wednesday’s function.
Though Pink verified he had attended the D.C. rally protesting the presidential election success, he denied being element of the mob that stormed the Capitol as Congress was conducting the official method of certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s acquire more than President Trump.
Pink, born Ariel Marcus Rosenberg in Los Angeles, has been community about his support of Trump and encouraged people to vote for him prior to this week’s violent gatherings.
“Im not maga,” Pink tweeted in December, responding to a Twitter user questioning his support of the president. “i simply assume that trump is the only factor standing in the way of complete collapse. the lying media psychos gunning for Biden/Harris presidency are extra terrifying to me.”