Within minutes of Meat Loaf’s apparent death from COVID-19 on Thursday, people took to Twitter to mock his opposition to vaccine mandates and opposing masks.

Meat Loaf’s family and representatives have so far not confirmed either his cause of death or his vaccination status, but TMZ cited sources saying that he was ‘seriously ill with COVID’ when he passed.

Many critics disagreed with the mandates that the famous singer had sworn to oppose, so they assumed he was not vaccinated and used the occasion to mock him.

‘In the end, he finally let us know what that one thing was that he wouldn’t do for love: Get vaccinated,’ tweeted Gene Wu, a Democrat in the Texas state House of Representatives, referring to the lyrics of I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That).

A Twitter user also tweeted: “Meat Loaf would love anything except getting vaccinated”,

Within minutes of Meat Loaf’s apparent death from COVID-19 on Thursday, people took to Twitter to mock his opposition to vaccine mandates and to masks

Brianna Wu, a progressive activist tweeted that she was not going to mention the fact that he was anti-mask science denier and had suffered from severe Covid. We won’t mention how he used his public platform in order to promote disregard for precautions. We are wishing his family and friends comfort.

‘But I think it’s entirely ethical to mock public figures who engage in destructive behavior with Covid and then die,’ added Wu.

Tech culture journalist Xeni Jardin tweeted that Meat Loaf ‘was a pandemic a**hole.’

“If you are and were a fan?” It’s not insulting to your love. But the dude was a d*** about the pandemic. Sounds like he f***ed around and found out,’ added Jardin. 

Joy Ann Reid, MSNBC’s host, was less circumspect. She paid tribute to Meat Loaf in Rocky Horror Picture Show. Joy Ann called it ‘gloriously silly and rude fun! 

She also said: “His views about COVID vaccination mandates feel like another cautionary story, but I will simply leave it at RIP. Condolences.” 

Marvin Lee Aday, the singer was born Marvin Lee Aday and died on Thursday. He had suffered many health problems in recent years. 

Pearl shared on Instagram, two weeks back, that her father was one of the positive test subjects. She did not specify whether her father was one of them, but said: ‘Thank their respect for science that they’re all vaxxed, otherwise they’d be way worse.’ 

He hasn’t revealed whether he had been vaccinated. His family isn’t revealing if he died in Nashville at home or in the hospital. 

Three weeks ago, Meat Loaf shared with a fan that he had recently undergone an endoscopy. He complained of seemingly interminable lockdowns. 

Cameo paid video. He tried singing Happy Birthday to Marty, but his voice was too weak. 

‘I cannot sing because I received anesthesia today, and I had to have a pipe down my throat. Today’s endoscopy. Marty, take good care. 

In the paid-for Cameo video, he tried to sing Happy Birthday to a fan called Marty but his voice croaked. 'I can't really sing too well because I had anesthesia today and I had a pipe shoved down my throat. An endoscopy this morning. Ugh, Marty take care.'

In the paid-for Cameo video, he tried to sing Happy Birthday to a fan called Marty but his voice croaked. 'I can't really sing too well because I had anesthesia today and I had a pipe shoved down my throat. An endoscopy this morning. Ugh, Marty take care.'

Cameo paid video. He tried singing Happy Birthday to Marty, but his voice cracked. “I couldn’t sing well due to anesthesia and having a pipe pushed down my throat, I can’t even really sing. Today’s endoscopy. Marty, take care!

He then said he hoped the fan would be able to enjoy his birthday with friends and family, saying: ‘I hope that you’re able to have at least your family celebrate your family with you. COVID is a drag and we’re all suffering because of it but you can blame China.

“I love Marty. And one thing more – keep rocking.” 

He stated that he opposed politicians who try to restrict people’s freedoms in an August interview. A Pittsburgh Post Gazette journalist was asked by the singer if they would like a hug. 

‘I’m happy to give you a hug. He said, “I hug people in COVID.” Responding, the reporter said: “You do?” The reporter replied: ‘You don’t fear? 

Meat Loaf, who was severely asthmatic and battled a range of other health issues before the pandemic, said: ‘Oh, I’m scared to death! Is that you? You are kidding me? Politics is what they are currently doing. And on CNN last night, it finally came out that the masks we’re all wearing are useless. It’s something I have known for six months. They do nothing. They will not stop you from contracting COVID. They are a nuisance that can make you itch, making it difficult to breathe. 

“Oh, God,” said the reporter. He’s controlling us all,” he responded, “Yeah. I’m aware.” I am not. “If I die I will die. But I won’t be controlled.”  

Sources informed TMZ that he also opposed vaccine mandates in Australia.  He agreed with Eric Clapton and Van Morrison in their anti-lockdown post Stand and Deliver.  

March last year: Singer Meat Loaf and country artist John Rich perform at Redneck Riviera Nashville on March 27, 2021 in what was his final show

March 20, 2021: Meat Loaf singer, John Rich country music artist performs at Redneck Riviera Nashville. This was John Rich’s last performance.

This is believed to be the last picture of Meat Loaf in public. It was taken on November 21 in Nashville, at a benefit for the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation

This picture is believed to represent Meat Loaf’s last public appearance. It was captured in Nashville at a benefit event for Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation on November 21, 2012. 

To raise money for artists who are in financial difficulties and music professionals whose careers have been destroyed by COVID (and in particular the UK punitive measures against the industry), the pair recorded the song. 

Meat Loaf described it as: “A song of great interest performed by Eric, someone I know and Van. This song is full of learning and great interest. Take a listen and learn. We love you so much. 

Marvin Lee Aday was the singer. He died at home with Deborah, his wife. Although no other information were provided by his family, it is known that he suffered many health problems over the years. Meat Loaf’s extraordinary six-decade career included the Bat Out Of Hell trilogy as one of his most beloved musical works. 

The title track of Bat Out Of Hell was almost ten minutes long, Paradise By The Dashboard Light came from the same album and I’d Give Anything For Love (But Not That) were his hits from 1993’s Bat Out Of Hell II. Back Into Hell. 

His hit single, I’d do anything for love (but I won’t), reached number one in 28 different countries and was awarded a Grammy Award. The Rocker played Eddie in The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s 1975 musical.

US singer Meat Loaf, whose hits included Bat Out of Hell, has died aged 74, a statement on his official Facebook page said

According to a Facebook statement, Meat Loaf (US singer), who had hits like Bat Out of Hell, died at the age of 74.