Ricky Schroder Dubs Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl 'Fool' for Supporting COVID-19 Vaccine
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Sharing a meme of the musician holding a giant syringe and wearing a shirt that says 'Pharma Sellout,' the 'Silver Spoons' alum calls the former 'ignorant punk.'

AceShowbiz - Ricky Schroder was not pleased upon learning that Dave Grohl supports COVID-19 vaccine. Just a few days before Foo Fighters gave a small live performance to a fully vaccinated crowd, the "Silver Spoons" alum slammed the band's frontman and called him a "fool."

The 51-year-old actor called out Dave via Facebook by sharing a meme of the latter holding a giant syringe and wearing a shirt that said, "Pharma Sellout". Under a quote from the band's song "My Hero", there was a note that read, "Heroes don't segregate or discriminate."

In the caption, Ricky argued, "Dave Grohl is an ignorant punk who needs slapped for supporting Discrimination. Ignorance comes in all shapes & sizes." He then added, "Kurt Cobain is laughing at you Dave along with Millions of Patriots....Fool."

Not stopping there, Ricky even showed up at Foo Fighters' concert which took place at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills on Tuesday, June 15. He, however, along with around 30 anti-vaccine activists, stayed outside the venue to protest the show's vaccine policy.

The former "NYPD Blue" star was captured standing along with some other protesters. In a photo shared on Instagram, the protesters could be seen holding signs with slogans such as, "Foo Fighters fight to bring segregation back," "Vaccines cause injury and death" and "COVID-19 vaccine makers are exempt from liability."

Ricky has since drawn criticism from many Instagram users. One in particular wrote, "Obviously he's got nothing better to do." Another raged, "What in the actual f**k?!? Get a life!" A third chimed in, "I'm old enough to remember when he actually worked in show business."

For Foo Fighters' part, they remain unbothered by the protest as they seemingly had a great time during the show. Making use of Instagram, the group unveiled some pictures from the concert and captioned the post, "Thank you @canyonagoura!!! It was hot and loud...and we can't wait to do it again!!!"

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