Stryper accept Faster Pussycat’s “apology” and move on
After being publicly insulted for no apparent reason by Faster Pussycat members, Chad Stewart (drums) and Danny Nordahl (bass), Stryper took the high road before the two Faster Pussycat members issued an apology (sort of).
Stryper‘s leader, singer and guitarist Michael Sweet posted the following succint message on his own and Stryper’s Facebook pages earlier today:
“Here’s the latest from FP. I give them props for taking ownership of what they said. We’ve never had a problem with FP until the blatant disrespect started rearing it’s ugly head. We love people and especially fellow musicians. We’ve always been respectful to our peers but at the same time if you disrespect us, we’re gonna set the record straight. Being Christian doesn’t mean that you’re a doormat.
So, water under the bridge and thank you for trying FP ~ M“