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Eagles Of Death Metal Frontman Apologizes For Calling Parkland Shooting Survivors 'Vile Abusers Of The Dead'

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Jesse Hughes totally didn't mean to call the Parkland shooting survivors "vile abusers of the dead."

The Eagles of Death Metal frontman issued an apology for his insensitive Instagram post in which he seemingly bashed the teen survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting for their viral blitz on gun control reform.

The rocker shared a video Saturday afternoon trying to explain why he publicly claimed the telegenic teens were "exploiting" the deaths of their friends, clarifying that he was commenting on "the hijacking" of the "beautiful agenda" of gun safety led by the nation's youth — not the youth themselves.

Related: Ted Nugent Says Florida Shooting Survivors "Have No Soul"

Hughes admitted that his message was lost in his typo-ridden post, which instead came across as a "mean spirited personal attack and slight of the youth themselves."

The singer also spoke on the shooting at the Bataclan in 2015, acknowledging that surviving such a tragedy should have made him handle this situation "more maturely and responsibly." Yeah, no kidding.

Hughes wrapped up his statement by begging for forgiveness, saying he "did not mean to do" what it seemed like he was doing. We guess he changed his mind about shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez being "survivor of nothing" and the "awful face of treason"?

Watch his full apology (below).

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Eagles Of Death Metal Singer Jesse Hughes Calls Parkland Survivors 'Pathetic And Disgusting' Over Gun Reform Demonstrations!

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Mass shooting survivor Jesse Hughes will NOT be exploited by other mass shooting survivors in their plight to end mass shootings.

The frontman of Eagles of Death Metal, the rock band that was playing in a Paris theater in 2015 when it was hit by a terrorist attack, has publicly condemned the Parkland shooting survivors over their passionate demonstrations for gun reform.

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In a series of now-deleted posts on Instagram, the crisis rocker called the teen activists "vile abusers of the dead," claiming they were "exploiting" the deaths of their classmates with their media takeover. He wrote:

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Kesha Gets Real About Her Friendship With Taylor Swift, ‘Painful’ Eating Disorder, & Much More In Rolling Stone!

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Kesha covers Rolling Stone!

Following up the release of her album, Rainbow, Kesha bared all for Rolling Stone!

Featured in their October issue, the songstress spoke up about everything from her friendship with Taylor Swift to suffering from an eating disorder.

The one name she doesn't mention?? Dr. Luke.

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Just hinting at their legal troubles, Kesha mentioned:

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One Year After The Paris Attacks, The Bataclan Reopens With A Powerful Performance By Sting

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This is so moving.

One year ago last night, the entire world was rocked by the horrific and senseless terror attacks on Paris that left 89 people dead, including at the Bataclan theater during a performance by the Eagles of Death Metal.

Related: EODM Give Interview About Experience In The Attacks

Now, exactly one year later, the theater has reopened, with Sting delivering an incredible and memorable performance and a poignant message to those in attendance to commemorate those lives lost in the attacks.

It's a very powerful video (above), emotional to watch and think back to where we all were one year ago.

Our thoughts continue to be with all those affected, for we know though time may diminish the pain of loss, it never entirely subsides.

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Eagles Of Death Metal Frontman Comes Out As Staunchly Pro-Gun A Day Before Returning To Paris

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We're a little shocked by his opinion on the matter.

It's been 94 days since 89 people were shot to death at a concert inside Paris' Bataclan theater, and now one man behind the show is speaking out about his controversial stance on gun control.

Eagles of Death Metal have already talked about their experience with the terrorist attack back in November, but frontman Jesse Hughes' latest solo interview reveals he is actually extremely pro-gun.

Related: Gun-Toting Couple Arrested Inside Disneyland Paris

The band is set to return to Paris to finish their concert series Tuesday night, so Jesse sat down with iTélé to promote the show on Monday where he was especially critical of France's gun control laws, saying:

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U2 Helps Eagles Of Death Metal Pull Off Their First Performance In Paris Following The Terror Attacks

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What an emotional night for the Eagles of Death Metal.

On Monday night, U2 performed alongside EODM at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, the band's FIRST performance since the devastating terror attacks that occurred last month. Needless to say, the collaboration was incredibly moving and inspiring.

Lead singer Bono introduced the band with a simple yet sweet tribute, saying:

"They were robbed of their stage three weeks ago and we would like to offer them ours tonight."

Related: EODM Raise Money For Victims Of The Paris Attacks!

So special. We're glad the rockers weren't alone for their first performance following the tragedy.

Check out EODM's post on the transformative experience (below):

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Paris Attacks: Eagles Of Death Metal Will Return To Paris To Finish The Show Interrupted When Gunmen Stormed Theater

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So good to hear!

The Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was performing when the terror attack occurred at the Bataclan theater in Paris last month, will return to the French capital to finish their performance!

Related: EODM Give Interview About Experience In The Attacks

The band is set to join U2 in a performance on

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