Rage Against The Machine singer Zack de la Rocha recently attended a Los Angeles FC soccer game, and he was accused of being a sell out for wearing the team’s jersey, and mocking the RATM reunion as being a cash grab.
A fan named Samoa Bob said, “Sell out, with me oh yeah. Sell out, with me tonight. Golden Voice is gonna give me lots of money and Coachella is going to be alright.”
LAFC Manny posted, “You still going to their reunion tour. I hear he’s gonna come out with this same t-shirt.”
Mark wrote, “You either die or live long enough to become the villain.” The haters were then called out by a fan who claim Zack was nothing but kind at the game, sitting amongst the fans.
Kelvin responded, “literally none of that is true. It was surprise to us all even. His shirt isn’t even an authentic one. He’s real af if he bought it from those knock offs being sold in the parking lot. He was up in the 200s.”
Rage Against The Machine are set to reunite for a spring 2020 tour, including performances at the Coachella Festival. The band last performed live at the LA Rising festival in 2011, with Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk going on to form Prophets of Rage in 2016 with B-Real and Chuck D. Prophets of Rage split up a few weeks ago after RATM announced their reunion, with a member rejecting further touring. Zack de la Rocha has not toured in a decade, with select guest appearances with Run The Jewels being his only recent live performances.
— Vela's Non-Committal SG (@The_LA_Wanderer) November 16, 2019