Foo Fighters troll the Westboro Baptist Church via drive-by disco 2 years ago

Foo Fighters troll the Westboro Baptist Church via drive-by disco

"You shouldn't be hating... You should be dancing".

A video clip has gone viral whereby American rockers the Foo Fighters can be seen trolling the Westboro Baptist Church via drive-by disco.


The band held a concert in Kansas on Thursday evening, which saw members of the Westboro Baptist Church protest against the rock group on their ideals.

Having picketed a number of the Foo Fighters' shows in the past, Westboro Baptist Church protesters on Thursday carried signs reading: "God hates your idols," God is your enemy," and "God hates pride".

In response, the band stood on the bed of a large truck that slowly drove past the protest as they performed a cover of the Bee Gees' classic 'You Should Be Dancing'.

During the rendition, frontman Dave Grohl told the crowd: "Ladies and gentlemen, I got something to say. Because you know what, I love you. I do. The way I look at it is, I love everybody.


"Isn't that what you're supposed to do. Can't you just love everybody? Because I think it's about love.

"You shouldn't be hating. You know what y'all should be doing? You should be dancing."

Earlier this year, Foo Fighters - under the name Dee Gees - released album Hail Satin, consisting of five covers of popular disco tracks.

Watch the footage of their trolling (or should that be Grohlling?) below.