‘Burn Baby Burn’: David Crosby Deletes Tweet Cheering Trump Tower Fire

David Crosby, the iconic 1960s hippie singer-songwriter, deleted, but later confirmed a tweet cheering the fire at Trump Tower in New York City Saturday that read, “oh boy……burn baby burn”. ‘Burn baby burn’ is a rebellious chant used by Black radicals, hippies and communist revolutionaries in the Sixties that reportedly was inspired by the 1965 Watts riots.

76 years-old David Crosby, image via Twitter avatar. (Note photo is not recent.)

Crosby’s tweet was saved by Steve Lookner with Right Side Broadcasting

Crosby confirmed he was referring to Trump Tower in a reply to Jeffrey Guterman, who himself cheered the fire.

“He deleted tweet. Was yours regarding Trump Tower?” “yes Jeffrey”

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982754093432262656

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982748648873316353

Guterman apologized but still kept tweeting derogatory things such that he was rebuked by Eric Trump.

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982757488939462656

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982772421018005505

Video of what the liberals were cheering:

Crosby was a music star in the Sixties, first playing with The Byrds and then achieving mega-stardom with Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young.)

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