Pete Parada: Offspring drummer says band axed him from tour for not getting vaccinated

Pete Parada attends the


Pete Parada participates in the “Momentum Generation” movie best in Los Angeles in November 2018.


Pete Parada states he’s been dropped from atrioventricular bundle The Offspring and their trip over his rejection to get immunized.

The drummer published a prolonged note on his validated Instagram account stating that he had some “unfortunate and difficult news to share.”

“Given my personal medical history and the side-effect profile of these jabs, my doctor has advised me not to get a shot at this time,” his note read.

“I caught the virus over a year ago, it was mild for me – so I am confident I’d be able to handle it again, but I’m not so certain I’d survive another post-vaccination round of Guillain-Barre Syndrome which dates back to my childhood and has evolved to be progressively worse over my lifetime.”

The Delta version has actually been spreading out quickly amongst the those who are not immunized and there have actually been increasing requirements from performance organizers to corporations needing individuals to take the vaccine.

Parada composed in his note that “Since I am unable to comply with what is increasingly becoming an industry mandate, it has recently been decided that I am unsafe to be around, in the studio, and on tour.”

“I mention this because you won’t be seeing me at these upcoming shows,” he stated. “I also want to share my story so that anyone else experiencing the agony and isolation of getting left behind right now knows they’re not entirely alone.”

He likewise stated he has “no negative feelings” towards the band he’s belonged of given that 2007.

“They’re doing what they believe is best for them, while I am doing the same,” his note read. “Wishing the entire Offspring family all the best as they get back at it!”

CNN has actually connected to representatives for the band for remark.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.