Do not associate music legends with hatred.
That's what the family of Johnny Cash wants white supremacists to know after a "self-proclaimed neo-Nazi" was seen wearing a T-shirt with the late musician's name on it.
In a Facebook post, Rosanne Cash said the family was "sickened" when they saw footage of a man in Charlottesville "spewing hatred [...]
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The kids of Johnny Cash are blasting the white supremacist who wore a T-shirt emblazoned with their dad's name in Charlottesville.
The Man in Black was not a fan of the guys in white hoods, Johnny Cash's children said after video surfaced of a neo-Nazi protester in Charlottesville wearing a T-shirt with their father's name. "We were sickened by the association,...
The children of Johnny Cash are asking white supremacists and other hate groups not to wear or use the country singer's name or image. In a lengthy Wednesday night Facebook … Click to Continue »