Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Fans are praying for country music singer Kevin Fowler after he posted a series of disturbing photos on social media.

According to Daily Mail, the singer posted photos of a rattlesnake he encountered in his shed last week along with graphic photos of his friend Tommy’s hand after he was bitten by one last year. Fowler pointed out that “rattlesnake sympathizers” will change their minds about killing the snakes after one of their kids is bit by one.

“Ran into this little fellow in my shed this week. Third one this month,’ he wrote in the Facebook post on Saturday,” Fowler wrote. “All of you people who cry about folks killing rattlesnakes have probably never seen what it looks like when you get bit by one.”

“The other two pics are of my buddy Tommy’s hand after getting bit last year. He’s still going through surgeries and rehab,” he added. “All of you rattlesnake sympathizers will change your tune when your kid gets bit playing in your backyard.”

Some online users slammed Fowler for killing the snake, with one person writing that it’s, “stupid to take over a creature’s habitat and then complain about the consequences.”

“Wonder if the snakes friend is posting pics of his dead buddy and convincing every one to kill humans? Kinda stupid to take over a creatures habitat and then complain about the consequences,’ the comment read,” the outraged liberal wrote. “I’m sorry your friend got bit, but that’s the risk you take when move into their territory which is getting smaller every day. Hope your friend recovers soon.”

Another liberal idiot wrote that just because venomous snakes can bite, it doesn’t mean people should be, “redneck Neanderthals and kill them all. Learn to be a real country boy and coexist.”

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