Bon Jovi Receives Bomb Threat

April 27th, 2008 // 10 Comments

Finally, someone took the initiative! Aging Mom haircut band Bon Jovi were all set to perform at the Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise, Fl last night when someone with taste called in a bomb threat. The caller said that he had planted two bombs in an attempt to improve popular music. Ok, he didn’t say that but I did.

Fans were evacuated and bomb-sniffing dogs were brought in. It was eventually determined to be have been a hoax. Fans were allowed back in at 9:30 and Bon Jovi took their middle of the road crap act to the stage.

It’s been concert mishap central around here lately. Kenny Chesney nearly lost his foot! It’s like God is finally speaking up about terrible music!

You know Richie Sambora called that in. Bitch is beat to hell, facing prison, drunk, probably going to have his daughter taken away by Heather Locklear and still has to play “Wanted Dead Or Alive” every night next to Jon’s annoying everyone-loves-him ass. I’d call in a bomb threat, too.

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By J. Harvey

  1. someone

    I’ve been a Bon Jovi fan for 20 years, he puts on one hell of a show, and I love his music. I do agree that Richie was an ass for driving around drunk with kids in the car…He deserves whatever he gets.

  2. someone

    I’ve been a Bon Jovi fan for 20 years, he puts on one hell of a show, and I love his music. I do agree that Richie was an ass for driving around drunk with kids in the car…He deserves whatever he gets.

  3. Zelda F.

    Could it be that a certain someone is just a little bit envious of Jon? Sounds like sour grapes to me.

  4. gg

    You’re sick. For those of us that are there, for you to say that it was Great that someone finally called it in.. is disgusting. As a joke, there is nothing FUNNY about this.

  5. Gregg

    You are disgusting for even attempting to be funny about a bomb threat. As if that weren’t childish enough, you critisize two of the foremost musical acts of our time. Just yesterday, I watched VH1′s “Best Songs of the 80′s” and who was at #1? Bon Jovi and their “Livin’ on a Prayer”. Yep, that’s right. I guess all the folks who voted are just simpletons with no musical taste since you seem to think you possess it all. Also, Kenny Chesney is one of the hottest things going right now. Does winning “Entertainer of the Year” multiple times equate to mediocrity? I dare say many more folks have purchased and listened to their music many times over those that visit your snarky blog. Now I am convinced to not even come back. That is if you will ever let me leave. I would love to still be able to right click to “back”, but you disabled that because you are afraid we want to “share your precious images”, you know the same ones that can be found on hundreds of blogs and are never exclusive to you. *sigh* This used to be a fun read.

  6. connie

    You are a complete idiot. To make light of a bomb threat in this day and age is just asinine. Those of us who had to stand around for three hours found nothing funny about it. By the way the show was awesome! They came out and gave the fans their moneys worth.

  7. Steve Holbrook

    I can always count on ‘rip job’ articles about any performer being published without the author signing his or her name. Please enlighten all the unwashed masses as to whom penned this masterpiece of modern journalistic intergrity.
    To quote the band, 100 million people are less likely to be wrong than one disgruntled writer.

  8. Phil

    To joke about a bomb threat is sick..and when it’s directed at the greatest rock band of all time…well, seek help and find another line of work

  9. green cardigan

    But you’ve got to agree that their hairdresser is stuck in a time warp. And their music is stuck in a time warp.

    Lighten Up People ! I think he was joking. No one got injured, no bomb went off. Stop taking every thing so literally.

  10. tina marie

    Wow. Someone’s got his jockey shorts in a bunch up his ass, eh? Did you WATCH the show, or do you just go to concerts to write poorly about the performances? I have been to FIFTY FOUR Bon Jovi shows, from when they were nobodies on a small stage to playing for 60,000 people at Giants Stadium. Are you aware that every single North American show on this tour sold out in UNDER TEN MINUTES, and they are not playing a venue that holds fewer than 18,000 people? Let’s give you a math lesson, shall we? 18,000 x 100-which is how many cities are on the world tour-1,800,000. That’s how many people could not wait to spend their money to see this show. How many people do you have lined up to read your blog? Not that many. Jackass.

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