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Chad Kroeger throws pickle fit
Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger has become upset by pickle having more fans than his band.
The 'How You Remind Me' singer was upset by a group on social networking site facebook called 'Can This Pickle get more fans than Nickleback', after it claimed to have beaten the bands by getting more fans than the group on the site.
The group's founder Coral Ann celebrated on Friday (19.02.10) when the group reached over 1.4 million fans, beating Nickelback's facebook fanbase of 1.3 million.
However on Sunday (21.02.10) Chad got in contact with Coral Ann to demand the pickle be taken down.
He wrote to her in a private message: "Your page will be closing in two weeks."
Coral replied: "I still whooped your as Chad! (sic)"
Chad wrote back: "Ha! 30 million albums Coral!"
Coral replied again: "Ha! 1,468,690 fans and counting, Chad! Your as is still whooped!"
The group is currently up to almost 1,500,000 fans, with many people posting messages of support for the pickle and Coral. It is not known if Nickelback will pursue legal action to get the group taken down.Posted on 25 Feb 2010 07:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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