Ariel Pink was abandoned by a recording company after attending a pro-Trump rally before the Capitol riots

Ariel Pink He was abandoned by his music label just days after he attended a President Trump Protesters gathered in Washington Wednesday They stormed the US Capitol.

“Because of recent events, Mexican Summer and his staff decided to end their business relationship with Ariel Rosenberg, AKA Ariel Pink, moving forward”, Mexican Summer chirp On Friday night.

Indie Musician or instrumentalist He was recalled on Twitter by fans this week after an Instagram post showed him musician John Maus and director Alex Lee Moyer at a city hotel on Wednesday.

When Twitter followers criticized the 42-year-old, he admitted that he was at the rally but was not among those who violated the Capitol, which led to riots and the killing of at least five people.

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One of his followers replied, “I was in the capital to peacefully demonstrate my support for the president. I attended the gathering in the White House lawn and went back to the hotel and took a nap. The case was closed.”

When the same follower accused Pink of “endangering others by being in such a huge gathering” amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the musician said that the attendees “deserve what comes to them.”

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Ariel Pink was excluded from his music label after admitting to attending a Trump rally in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. Riots later broke out at the Capitol, killing at least five people. Pink claimed he wasn’t among those who stormed the Capitol.
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“They took risks knowing very well what might happen. BLM protests over the past six months have not been informed of the pandemic?” Pink responded.

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As fans claim to have photographic evidence and video clips from Moyer’s now private Instagram account at the Capitol, Pink continued: “Evidence of congressional break-in. Yes I don’t see it. Are you suggesting that the Congress building has a bed and breakfast somehow we got?”

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Meanwhile, in a statement emailed to pitchforkMoir said she met with musicians in town to discuss a project that had nothing to do with the Wednesday events. Then she “felt compelled to record what was happening” in Washington.

A representative for Pink did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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