Green Day Family Confirm Terrifying Car Accident

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Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong’s son Joey Armstrong is in a band called SWMRS, and Armstrong has announced that a member of the band was involved in a car accident last night. Green Day revealed they were played the final concert for a big show a few days ago.

SWMRS said, “We regret to inform you that Max, Josh, and Natalie encountered black ice on the road, causing them to lose control of the van. Thankfully, first responders were able to quickly get them to an incredible team of doctors in the intensive care unit at a hospital in Wyoming, and everyone is going to be OK. As a result, we are going to cancel all of our shows for the rest of 2019 to give them the time they need to recover.”

Billie Joe said, “Sending all my love and positive everything to the @swmrs family. @maxbeckaaa @joshberl @natsomphoto. I love you kids.”

Billie Joe Armstrong shared a photo of himself transforming into Justin Bieber a couple of days ago, which made fans remember his 2012 onstage breakdown where he proclaimed he wasn’t ‘f***ing Justin Bieber.’

Green Day revealed a heartbreaking Eddie Van Halen photo a few days ago. Armstrong said at an iHeart radio performance in 2012, “Give me a f***ing break, one minute left. One minute f***ing left. You’re gonna give me f***ing one minute? Look at that f***ing sign right there, one minute! Let me f***ing tell you something, let me tell you something, I’ve been around since f***ing nineteen eighty f***ing eight, and you’re gonna give me one f***ing minute?!

You’ve gotta be f***ing kidding me! You’re f***ing kidding me! What the f***!? I’m not f***ing Justin Bieber, you motherf***ers! You gotta be f***ing joking, this is a f***ing joke. I got one minute, one minute left. Oh now I got nothing left, now I got nothing left. Let me show you what one f***ing minute fucking means!”

A Green Day member was driven to tears by a classic recently. Billie Joe Armstrong discussed the success of Dookie in a new Rolling Stone piece, “Gosh. I was only 22. I had a kid at the same time, and I was married. So it was a crazy year. I remember being pretty freaked out. I was playing a kind of music that had never been on that kind of scale before. But what I really wanted to do was keep working, and keep writing songs.

I never wanted to feel like I was taking advantage of the situation. I didn’t really stop and smell the roses. Later on, I was kind of like, ‘Did I enjoy myself enough? Was that fun?’ Because the feeling of when you first get popular as a musician, that never happens twice. After that, you have to keep creating new stuff to keep things interesting in your life.”

You can read Armstrong’s full interview at Rolling Stone.

“I’m not fucking Justin Bieber you mother fuckers” from r/greenday