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National Anthem Singers Add ‘All Lives Matter’ to ‘O Canada’ at MLB All-Star Game

It's like your racist uncle Dave singing at a baseball game.
July 13, 2016, 6:00pm

Correction: The Tenors altered O Canada lyrics in support of All Lives Matter. — Bill Cooney (@BillCooney)July 13, 2016

You probably don't know who the Tenors are, or that they're Canadian, unless you've looked at Twitter today.

These four white-as-hell dudes decided to pull a racist Uncle Dave all over the lyrics of "O Canada"—which did just get a refresh last month—at the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego Tuesday night.

Instead of some stuff about glowing hearts and the True North (some of the best lines, IMO), they busted out white supremacists' favorite way to dismiss the Black Lives Matter movement and sang "We're all brothers and sisters. All lives matter to the great." They also held up a sign with the new lyrics, in case you didn't catch it.

It turns out the uncle in this case is named Remigio Pereira, not Dave, and he acted as a "lone wolf." Here's the statement from the, uh, trio:

— The Tenors (@TenorsMusic)July 13, 2016