AJ McCarron watched the Grammys, found them 'demonic'
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron did what a lot of people did on Sunday night: he watched the Grammys. Apparently he did not like what he saw.
Every year I tell myself that I'm not going to watch the Grammy Awards, and inevitably I end up watching the Grammy Awards. I don't know why, it just happens.
And maybe Alabama's AJ McCarron knows why.
McCarron watched the show on Sunday night as well, and he got a bad feeling about it.
Is it just me or are some of the Grammy performances so far seem to be really demonic?? Looks like there is a lot of evil in the world..— AJ McCarron (@10AJMcCarron) January 27, 2014
I have no idea what McCarron is talking about. Personally I found Beyonce's performance to start the show to be a religious experience, but not the demonic kind.
The strangest thing about all of this to me, though, is that McCarron sent out this tweet before bands like Metallica and Nine Inch Nails performed. Usually its the hard rock bands being linked to evil, not the pop stars like Katy Perry.
Maybe what McCarron meant was that there must be evil forces at work for some of last night's winners to be deemed award-winning musicians. Or maybe he just saw Taylor Swift dancing. If that's the case then I totally get where he's coming from.
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