Though the effect isn’t meant to replicate a gunshot, it nevertheless made concertgoers at Bonnaroo duck for cover.
The House of Cards actor came out in a statement addressing sexual abuse allegations.
“Finally somebody had the balls to say it!” reads a cheeky response from the band’s Twitter account.
“If I have caused anyone pain I apologize and truly regret it,” he writes.
“How can anyone believe that one of the greatest defenders of mankind would commit such an act of betrayal?”
Former POTUS felt he wasn’t accurately depicted.
“We hope that someday we will be able to look back on such acts of violent intolerance as things of the ancient past.”