Ariel Pink was released by his record company a few days after the protesters stormed into the U.S. Capitol for a rally by President Trump in Washington on Wednesday.
“Due to recent incidents, Mexico Xia and its staff have decided to terminate their partnership with Ariel Rosenberg AKA Ariel Pink,” Xia Mexico tweeted on Friday night.
The indie musician was yelled by fans on Twitter this week after an Instagram post showed him that musician John Maus and film producer Alex Lee Moyer ( Alex Lee Moyer) in a hotel in the city on Wednesday.
When Twitter followers criticized the 42-year-old artist, he admitted that he participated in the rally, but did not belong to those who violated the Capitol, which caused riots and at least five deaths.
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“I was in Washington, DC, peacefully expressing my support for the president. I attended a rally on the lawn of the White House and went back to the hotel to take a nap. The case was closed.”
When the same follower accused Pinker of “putting others at risk by participating in such a large gathering” during the coronavirus pandemic, the musician said that the participants “deserved their help”.
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“They took the risk and fully understood what would happen. Haven’t the BLM protests in the past six months been informed about the pandemic?” Pink responded.
Fans claimed to have Moyer’s photo and video evidence from Moyer’s private office in the Capitol, and Pink continued: “Prove that I swept Congress. Yes, I didn’t see it. You are implying that there is a bed in the Capitol. And breakfast, we can somehow use “?”
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Meanwhile, Moyer said in a statement emailed to Pitchfork that she met with musicians in the city to discuss a project unrelated to Wednesday’s event. Then, she “has an obligation to record what happened in Washington.”
A representative of Pink did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.