Ronnie Radke Calls Anthony Fantano ‘Perez Hilton of Music Critics, Beef Ensues

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Seems like every week means a new beef for Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke. This time, it’s with popular YouTube music reviewer Anthony Fantano.

The beef started after Fantano made a video reviewing Falling In Reverse’s latest song “Watch the World Burn.” Fantano starts off mocking the art for the single, saying “it’s like a really edgy movie!” in a distorted voice.

He goes on to say, “in reality it is the cover to a really bad rap metal song where it sounds like Tom Mcdonald without the racism and Eminem without the talent. Yeah, his bars are super cringe and terrible and difficult to bear. The metal transition it goes to toward the end of the track is gross and tacky as fuck. Yeah, I hope I don’t have to listen to this track too many more times before I end up in a grave.”

Radke didn’t take long to respond, writing on Twitter, “.@theneedledrop is like the Perez Hilton of music critics, looks 25 years older than he is and nobody will care about him in 3 years.”

Fantano responded to the looks comment specifically, pulling two photos of himself and Radke in a following tweet, writing “over the past decade, i objectively look like i’ve put on fewer years than Mr. Radke. and i’ve had fewer trips through the legal system as well. i think i’m winning.”

Radke then replied “The funny thing about the right pic as opposed to the blonde pic, the blonde pic is 5 years later than the right pic of me. HAHAHAHAHAHA YOU WRRE BORN LOOKING OLD.”

The two went back and forth for a while on this, with Fantano concluding “this is nowhere near as cool as the drake feud. i’ll admit it i’ll do better next time, guys.”

Not too long ago, Radke had it out with Attila frontman Chris Fronzak, so he’s already up two for the year.

Who will he go after next? See the full back-and-forth below.


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