Jedward has claimed they received death threats over their comments on the monarchy following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
After King Charles III was officially confirmed as the new monarch of the United Kingdom, the former became X factor The candidates tweeted: “Abolish the monarchy and give the people real democracy!”
“King Charles should return the six counties of Ireland on his visit to Northern Ireland – No War! only words! It’s time,” they wrote in a follow-up tweet.
Now the couple – consisting of Irish twins John and Edward Grimes – have doubled down on their words as they claim they have received death threats over their political stance.
On Wednesday evening (September 14th) Jedward tweeted: “To everyone we have offended, we are sorry we have the balls to tell the truth! You know deep down changes are needed.”
In a second tweet, they added, “Cut the threads that are holding you back and move beyond how you think you are meant to be and act!”
They also said they received death threats because of their comments, adding: “Your threatening behavior and criminal behavior will not intimidate us.”
Follow the latest updates after the death of Queen Elizabeth II here.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/jedward-queen-death-monarchy-abolish-death-threats-b2167693.html Jedward receives death threats after calling for “abolition of the monarchy” after Queen’s death