Dead Kennedys have challenged former frontman Jello Biafra to "put his money where his mouth is" after criticising his ex-bandmates for allowing their song TOO DRUNK TO F**K be used in a graphic rape scene in the new Quentin Tarantino film GRINDHOUSE.
Biafra hit out at EAST BAY RAY, KLAUS FLOURIDE and D.H. PELIGRO for being money-hungry when they licensed their track for the Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez-directed movie, but the current Dead Kennedys members claim he received a large royalty payment too.
They tell the New York Post, "Jello is getting paid extremely well and we challenge him to put his money where his mouth is and donate his share to a woman's cause, if he is truly concerned with the issue."
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