After the hateful picketers set their eyes on a P!ATD show, Brendon Urie & co. found an inventive way to fight back
Westboro Baptist Church—the collection of hate-mongering protesters who have targeted everyone from Lorde to Brad Paisley—recently set their sights on Panic! At The Disco, announcing plans to picket the pop-punk band's Sunday night show in Kansas City, Mo. They even recorded an extremely offensive version of the group's signature hit, re-titled "You Love Sin What a Tragedy."
But instead of letting the homophobic slur-slinging protesters take the spotlight, Brendon Urie—who is married to a woman but speaks openly about bisexual experiences—and co. hatched a brilliant plan to neutralize the WBC protesters before they even arrived.