Guns N’ Roses have unveiled a new T-shirt that appears to slam Donald Trump‘s recent visit to Arizona’s Honeywell factory, which is producing N95 masks for the government during the pandemic.
Although masks were required at the facility, Trump went maskless as workers blared the Guns cover of Paul McCartney & Wings' “Live and Let Die.”
Now the band has released a shirt that reads “Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45,” which seems to be a direct reference to Trump’s factory tour. According to the band, 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the Recording Academy’s MusiCares fund, which provides services and resources to those in need in the music community.
Singer Axl Rose has been outspoken on social media about his disdain for Trump’s administration and its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, recently exchanging barbs online with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.