Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares defended Kourtney Kardashian and blasted Chris Barnes.

Dino Cazares has broken his silence on a recent incident that former Cannibal Corpse singer Chris Barnes‘ reaction to the American media personality Kourtney Kardashian‘s wearing one of a Cannibal Corpse shirts.

Chris Barnes was the singer of the death metal band Cannibal Corpse from 1988 to 1995. The musician, whose love for the band cannot be disputed, has released a total of five studio albums with Cannibal Corpse. He has recently shared his honest opinion on Kardashian’s wearing his former band’s shirt even he is not a member of the group.

On September 3, Kourtney was seen wearing a Cannibal Corpse shirt alongside her boyfriend Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, who has a large collection of punk and metal t-shirts. The couple was attending Dolce & Gabbana show in Venice. That pose was captured at the moment.

Following Kourtney‘s spotting in a Cannibal Corpse tee, the former singer of the band has shared a social media post to react to Kourtney and her shirt. He called her poser and blasted her personality.

Earlier today (Monday, September 6), Dino Cazares has added a new tweet to his feed to talk about the moment and Chris’s reaction.

Dino Cazares Says He Comments The Moment Even He Is Not A Member Of The Band Anymore

Speaking about Chris Barnes‘ reaction to Kourtney‘s wearing Corpse shirt, Dino blasted Chris and mocked him. He stated that how he comments the moment even he is not a member of the fold anymore.

“He has it all wrong, why wouldn’t u want exposure for your music even tho he’s not in the band anymore,” he said.

Adding, Cazares admitted that he wished Kourtney was wearing one of his band’s shirts.

“I wish she was wearing one of my bands tees, great exposure,” Cazares added.

Fans Supports Dino Cazares

At press time, Dino Cazares‘ tweet was liked by more than 350 people. As a response to the musician, more than 50 people have sent some tweets.

At the top, there was a tweet of a fan named Chris Jermyn. He was recalling his past and saying that he met people like Kourtney, who are made fun of metalheads.

“Dino, I went to school with people like the Kardashians who’d make fun of metalheads like me and my friends, so why should they be allowed to appropriate our clothing?” Chris asked.

A fan named Diego said Dino is right.

“Sure you right Dino,” he tweeted. “Don’t be a hater.”

A fan named Sean said people shouldn’t wear shirts of bands that they don’t listen to.

“Nah, he’s right I have about 40 band shirts and only bands that I listen to,” he tweeted. “You don’t wear shirts of bands that you don’t listen to CC has some of the best ones but since I don’t listen to them, I don’t have one.”


  1. I’ve never been a person who wears band tee-shirts solely for the purpose of liking a band but I would never wear a tee-shirt of a band I didn’t like if that makes sense. I never follow fashion I wear what makes me happy & I don’t care what other people think but I wouldn’t wear something that’s offensive to other people just to piss someone off. For example I wouldn’t go to a rally (Not that I go to any rallies for anyone) wearing a Biden tee shirt at a Cheeto Cheeks rally where I know there would be confrontation or go to a hip hop show wearing a rock tee-shirt. It’s just asking for trouble coz that’s the way the world is today.


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