Dierks Bentley uses his man bits to protest Rolling Stone cover

Dierks-Bentley

Loads of people have shown their displeasure at the Rolling Stone magazine cover that features Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Dierks Bentley decided to get a bit more personal with his protest. Earlier today Dierks posted this picture to Twitter along with: “childish but had to dick the cover of @rollingstone in airport. keep your 1st amendment & ill keep my 7 bucks. … http://say.ly/Wns6hR1


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Okay, I do have one question — if he’s saving his $7 by not buying the issue, whose magazine was Dierks dicking? Did he return it to the newsstand? Did he borrow it from a friend? That doesn’t seem very sanitary.

On a side note, I think if you’re going to tease us by telling us you’re using your peen to defile an offending magazine cover, you should have to actually show your weapon of choice in the picture you post. Of course, I’m sure Twitter probably has some sort of silly rules against that sort of thing.

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  1. broadway@country925.com'
    Broadway

    Dicking is the new planking?

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