Fox News host Greg Gutfeld just ‘can’t stop’ trolling Red Hot Chili Peppers fans, he’s addicted to the shindig. On Saturday’s episode of The Greg Gutfeld Show, he compared the Chili Peppers to the 2003 Christmas-themed romantic comedy Love Actually. The film stars Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Keira Knightley, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Emma Thompson, and Laura Linney. Alternative Nation transcribed the diss.
Gutfeld made the comparison when discussing a list of the greatest films of all time, “But what’s always more interesting is what didn’t make the list, Love Actually. The world agrees, it’s the worst film ever. It is truly the Red Hot Chili Peppers of movies.”
He later added, “I hate them, I hate them.”
“I pretended to [reconcile with them], and now I hate them even more. Shirtless aging millionaires.”
On ‘The Five’ last week, Gutfeld responded to the backlash he has received online for calling the Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘the worst band on the planet.’ Co-hosts Eric Bolling and Kennedy also gave their take on the controversy. Alternative Nation transcribed Gutfeld, Bolling, and Kennedy’s comments.
Gutfeld said, “Two days ago I said that the Red Hot Chili Peppers were the worst band on the planet. I received a lot of flack from fans all over the world. What I meant to say is the Red Hot Chili Peppers is the worst band in the universe. I’d like to apologize for that confusion. I want to explain that we live in a binary universe. You’re either a Faith No More fan, or a Red Hot Chili Peppers fan.
You cannot love Mike Patton and Anthony Kiedis, because they are two different people. You have to love Mike Patton, you cannot love Anthony Kiedis. So that is why the Red Hot Chili Peppers are the worst band in the universe, because Faith No More is the greatest band in the universe.”
Bolling responded, “Can I disagree? I love the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Californication, Scar Tissue, I’m a big fan, and I hate Faith No More.”
Gutfeld shot back, “How can you hate Faith No More?”
Kennedy proclaimed, “Mike Patton is an incredible vocalist.”
Gutfeld added, “Mike Patton is the greatest singer alive.”