Green Day lead artist Billie Joe Armstrong has said he will disavow his US citizenship and move to England since he is annoyed about the Supreme Court's upsetting of the milestone early termination case Roe v. Swim.

The "American Idiot" artist offered the comments to the group at the band's show in London on Friday. Armstrong said, "F — America, I'm surrendering my citizenship." "I'm coming here."

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong performs at the Amphitheater at the Wharf on September 6, 2017 in Orange Beach, Alabama. (Photograph by Michael Chang/WireImage)

"There's an excessive amount of idiocy on the planet to return to that pitiful f-ing excuse for the country," Armstrong said. "Gracious, I'm completely serious. You will get me a ton in the days to come."

Armstrong, 50, has been the head of Green Day beginning around 1987

He is among a few liberal figures who have communicated indignation regarding the Supreme Court's choice to invert the line

The decision successfully finished the acknowledgment of the sacred right to early termination and enabled individual states, as far as possible or disallow the training by and large.

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong performs in front of an audience during the 2019 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater on November 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photograph by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for DCP)