Paul McCartney Laughs Off Controversial Group's Protest

07-23-2017
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Paul McCartney

(Radio.com) Paul McCartney laughed off the actions of a controversial religious group that took aim at the Beatles legend this past Wednesday evening (July 20) when they showed up at the venue in Wichita, Kansas, to protest his show.

Members of the group stood outside the Intrust Bank Arena with signs that read, "Man's Job: Obey God" and "Believe On the Lord Jesus." Instead of getting annoyed, McCartney turned to the internet's favorite mocking weapon to fight back: Memes.

The Beatles co-founder photoshopped a photo of the protestors to show them holding additional signs that read, "All you need is love" and "I wanna be your man" and "We can work it out." Captioning the photo, McCartney wrote, "Thanks... for the warm welcome!" See the post here.

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