Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe Supports Boobs, Frontman Fundraising for Breast Cancer Research

by | Sep 23, 2011

After an interesting week of tweets from Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe, the frontman revealed via Twitter that he is at work raising money and awareness for breast cancer research, and is calling on fans for help.

“Who here likes boobs?,” Blythe tweeted earlier in the week, later stating, “Be HONEST fellas. How many of you have spent AT LEAST $10 in a strip club (ie on BOOBS)?”

After receiving a flood of comments from fans saying they have spent “WAY more than a lousy $10 on LUXURY BOOB ITEMS/SERVICES,” Blythe revealed that he will join his wife — beginning today — on a three-day, 60 mile walk in Washington, DC in support of breast cancer research.

Tweeted Blythe, “EVERYONE… please donate to my wife’s fundraising goal- the money goes DIRECTLY to the foundation, NOT ME OR HER. She only has a goal of $2,300 I believe. Once her goal is reached, I PERSONALLY will donate $1000 in greedy rockstar money (HA!) to top it. With 17k followers, if I can’t help her raise that, I’m a piece of SHIT. I’m not even asking for ten whole dollars- just what you can do. Please help my wife help the boobies!”

Donations can be made here.

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