‘I’M OFF THE CLOCK': Idol Punk DAUGHTRY Disses Encore Request For Song in Honor of D-Day

I wasn’t a fan of this Scott Stapp wannabe and I’m definitely not now.  What a punk to diss Fox & Friends request to sing a patriotic song in honor of those brave soldiers who fought for this toad’s right to be a douche. Watch this weasel, Daughtry, diss Doocy. Unreal.

UPDATE: ROCKER APOLOGIZES FOR DISSING TROOPS: Daughtry ‘Ashamed’ for D-Day Snub on ‘Fox & Friends’

 

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  • Psychodad

    The guy is a prick which makes his fans ( fill in the blank )

    • Mobetta Jenkem

      Democrats?

  • johnstephano

    This guy is a scum bag.

  • jong

    Well if he is ever in need of help because a bunch of smelly terrorist are giving him a problem our military should give him the same answer. Sorry, just punched out. Or how about erasing all his music(if that is what you want to call it) from the web??

  • ARETHEYNUTS

    How fast they forget WHO made him famous. But, the troops won’t

  • barto

    Who the hell does he think he is?

  • AndyC8184

    I used to like a few of his songs. And I used to respect that he came from nowhere and caught the American dream. Now I will not support him in any way, shape, or form based purely on principle. Back in D-Day, deserters got shot. These comments just shot his career down the tubes as far as I’m concerned and I’m sure there are tens of thousands of veterans who feel the same.

  • Lynx Eye

    I never heard of this guy Dopey, and if this his attitude, I’m fairly sure I don’t want to, either.

    • a_goodtarheel1

      I’ve never heard of him before either. If it’s not Motown or the old head banging stuff, I’m out of the loop. One thing is for sure though, my 13 year old will never own any of his music.

  • bobby1122

    Next this dog crotch sniffing bit*h is going to tell you how his music career? is tougher than combat.

  • Mike the cowboy

    Never heard of this prick ,and I hope everyone stays away from his songs,let this faak go broke.

  • Sky Soldier

    Apparently the Fox crew weren’t aware the rock singer doesn’t know any patriotic songs. He just lost thousands of unsold tunes going forward. What a gaff.

  • mtaweigh

    I watched most of yesterday’s show. The attitude you see in this clip was his attitude about performing on the show. It was obvious he did not want to be there…..period. The recording company must have forced him to do the gig to promote his new album (which apparently sucks air based on the single he performed yesterday). His music is repetitious. He is a one-trick pony who is nearing the end of his run. Can you say “irrelevant”?

    • desert dweller

      I can say rotted fish, belly up in the pond of crap music!!

  • ProudGGDOfAConfederateSoldier

    Celebrities aren’t like they were during WWII.

    WHAT A PITY!

  • monacall

    I hope this goes viral. Someone needs to put this on that stupid Facebook. What a jerk.

  • Noffie56

    What a joke! What an ASS! Very unAmerican is what he did that day!

  • a_goodtarheel1

    Self important bastard.

  • Jinglebob

    You should be off the chart you ball headed punk.

  • Jo

    These guys forget we made them & we can destroy them.

  • desert dweller

    DON’T pay a dime to see this a.h….don’t spend a penny to buy his crap music…let the slimey bas-ard slither off into a dark corner somewhere and stay there!!!

  • desert dweller

    He needs a couple of Marines to teach him what Semper Fi means..the puke ass little bas-ard!!

  • wonder1

    Daughtry has done USO tours and many patriotic concerts. This was just a poor choice of words by Chris & poor direction & planning by Fox news. He has posted an apology &
    explanation on YouTube.

  • Shears_of_Atropos

    No great grief here. Between contract obligations and the materialistic money trail, it just boils down to “follow the money” and little else. At best, these bands create no wealth… they are entertainers, jesters and fools. They just redistribute money from other greater fools to themselves.

    “A fool and his money are soon parted!” and rock bands, like snake oil salesmen, are down with facilitating that parting.

  • sjplwc

    He’s apparently realized he blew it big time. Quite an apology issued by him. It’s certainly the correct way to handle it. Hopefully, in the months ahead he’ll demonstrate he really means what he says in this apology.

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/idol-worship/chris-daughtry-embarrassed-ashamed-d-710076

  • http://www.facebook.com/sstephaniew stephanie wilson

    what a jerk! of all things i find revolting this is one of ‘em. doesn’t this jerk know his freedom is paid for by men such as the heroes who sacrificed on d-day?? im stunned at how ignorant some can be!!

  • Hurrilanche

    I am all for broadcasting every real insult to America, the military, and our veterans. However, as I watched this video I can tell this was just a bad situation unintentionally created by the Fox reporters . What they don’t realize is they just put this guy(Daughtry) on the proverbial hot seat on LIVE tv. They are on live TV everyday, he isn’t. He wasn’t ready to sing a “Patriotic” song on the fly. Daughtry and the rest of the band practiced THEIR music and songs for that appearance,which are scheduled and rehearsed meticulously.
    I am in a band that plays live shows quite a bit, which isn’t slightly close to the pressure and level of this dude and the band that supports him, and there is NO WAY I would have been able to perform a “Patriotic” song if I were put on the spot like this. Ask yourself how many patriotic songs you can perform with a band.
    Like the previous post said, he had spent time overseas doing USO for our military. He has already proven, WITHOUT media headlines and shock stories, that he supports our military and Country.

    BAD FORM Clash Daily. Don’t turn into that type of media outlet that can find something anti-American about every other story its runs across, lest you compare us with the left that finds racism in every other story it runs across. This is a NON story.

    • CabaneStrut

      Totally agree, Hurrilanche. The stupid talking head totally put Daughtry on the spot with his thoughtless suggestion, for the reasons mentioned. And Doug, your boorish denigration of a fellow believer (that’s right, try reading the liner notes of his first album re: his faith in Christ) only makes Daughtry appear more the Christian than the vaunted ‘pastor’ of Clash Church. You have gratuitously wronged a brother for your own gain. I suggest you seek his forgiveness in the same public manner you assassinated his character.

    • froggy

      I think that’s just silly. It was a simple request that any seasoned performer should have been able to handle. They didn’t ask him to do some big prepared patriotic song with his band. Band was already gone. They may have been surprised that he didn’t do a song for DDay but all they wanted was a little something to lead into the break. Like pick up the mic , say God Bless our veterans and lead the crowd in a rendition of God Bless America? Something like that. You don’t need a band for that if you can carry a tune. I don’t think he meant to disrespect the troops but he should apologize to Fox and the crowd for his incredible lack of ability.

      • Hurrilanche

        Band or no band. I’ve been a performing musician for many years. No matter what gig you are doing you have a set list and that is what you are prepared to do. I can’t imagine to the degree of playing on live television, but I do know that it was prepared for thoroughly, and if they wanted him to sing a patriotic song they should have asked him beforehand. Surely he would have obliged.
        His bandmates were done for the day and he was left to do an ‘interview’ to close his segment. It appears he simply didn’t know how to react to the request to sing a patriotic song, and made a bad joke to move the conversation along. As I said before he could have handled it better but hindsight is always 20/20, and I’m sure given a redo he would have said something like you stated,”I don’t know about a song, but God Bless our Troops now and then”. But its very easy for us to say what he could or should have said sitting in our houses after the fact, also while not being interviewed on a live news show.
        So if you think he should apologize to Fox and crowd for his lack of ability to please them and yourself, then you should apologize to me for replying to my comment in a fashion my friends think is misguided and uninformed.

        • froggy

          Oh, so your friends think that? It is very easy for me to say because I do know performers much less famous than he that could have handled that with no problem. Have seen them do it. Its the difference between a real entertainer and a low talent dude who thinks everything is about him. You make it about the crowd, the people, not you. Not hard for some but apparently it is for others

          • Hurrilanche

            No, I was being facetious. Once again, remember you are looking at the situation after it happened, so it’s too easy to say you and all the ‘performers’ you know would have handled it so much better. It’s too easy to say he is low talent. It’s too easy to be an armchair quarterback, or in this case an armchair pop-rocker. The fact still remains that it was just an awkward response to a request he wasn’t expecting. Just think about things like that before you crucify someone over something silly. It’s always going to be easier to say how something should have been handled.

  • Mutt

    He’s a huge POS for that behavior, but at least he was man enough to admit his mistake – something we’ve not gotten in 5+ years from our Coward in Chief, and Lord knows he’s had plenty of mistakes to admit to.

  • Hurrilanche

    I forgot to say in my earlier post after all my rambling that this dude gave an uncomfortable joking response to an ‘on the spot’ situation. Could he have handled it better, possibly? Did he do anything that deserves this above story, pretty much blasting him as disrepectful to Veterans?
    Obviously not.

  • scottymoore

    It almost looked to me like he was waiting for someone to choose a patriotic song for him to sing and if he didn’t know it, the crowd or hosts could’ve pick another one.
    The female host did good by going to the crowd and offering herself and friendship to encourage the crowd to lift a voice for the troops and this nation.

  • froggy

    It was a simple request that any seasoned performer should have been able to handle. They didn’t ask him to do some big prepared patriotic song with his band. Band was already gone. They may have been surprised that he didn’t do a song for DDay but all they wanted was a little something to lead into the break. Like pick up the mic , say God Bless our veterans and lead the crowd in a rendition of God Bless America? Something like that. You don’t need a band for that if you can carry a tune. I don’t think he meant to disrespect the troops but he should apologize to Fox and the crowd for his incredible lack of ability.

  • AClearThought

    I’ve never heard of him but he’s off more than the clock!

  • Sam Houston

    Why doesn’t he come forward on the Tonight Show, like Jonah Hill, and apologize for his disrespect and lack of judgment? He could explain as to why he bailed. Maybe that slice a pie weren’t sit’n so well.

  • rwp24382

    These guys were given a chance to be on national TV and show their stuff. Their one song “Battleship”, I thought was ok. I was willing to listen to them again, until the little punk showed his butt. Most any band would come back out for one more song, especially when his hosts framed it in such a manner. His hosts were very gracious and it put them on the spot, when the band refused. They didn’t have to come there in the first place and these guys were given a special slot being D-Day. To act in such a manner shows disrespect and stupidity by the group. I’ll never listen to them again.

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