DISTURBED From DISTURBED Explains Decision To Move To Florida

deranged front man David Dryman He says Florida’s lack of a state income tax and the quality of schools in the state were factors in his family’s recent decision to move to Miami.

The 49-year-old singer who was married Lina Dreyman Since 2011 who shares an eight-year-old son, he addressed his move from Hawaii to the Sunshine State while answering a fan’s questions on Twitter.

When a fan expresses concern about DrymanWelfare After reading news reports of firefighters working to contain a large wildfire on the Big Island of Hawaii, David He replied, “We moved to Florida.” The fan then asked “the reason for the move,” explaining that he was only asking because he doesn’t think about the “humidity” and the very conservative Florida governor. Ron DeSantis was “for” DavidThe singer replied, “Schools, the sun, and no state income tax.”

Dryman He was the first to announce his family’s decision to move to “Miami, Florida” in February, explaining that Facebook The page he and his wife gave “the best of us, but between the very long commutes for work, island fever, and a host of other factors, we decided to move on.” He also shared a link to a video tour of his then home in Honolulu which has just been listed. That home has since sold for more than $6 million, according to public records.

Dryman He reportedly previously owned real estate in Austin, Texas (between 2012 and 2017); Wicker Park home in the Chicago area (between 2005 and 2009); a house in Northridge, California in the Sherwood Forest area (between 2005 and 2007); and a house in Sherman Oaks, California (between 2003 and 2006). in 2018, Dryman Tell Austin Statesman He left Austin after living there for eight years because his son had allergies in the Texas capital.

in the past months, Dryman He was critical of some of her policies DeSantis Administration, including in March when he publicly criticized the so-called “Don’t Say Like Me” Florida bill, saying it was “ridiculous.”

Critics have dubbed the bill, “Parental Rights in Education,” the “Don’t Say Gay” bill because it seeks to ban discussion of gender and sexuality issues with younger students.

Dryman Share Miami Herald An article about the protests that erupted in Florida after the controversial bill was passed in the state legislature, wrote: “Yes, I read the bill.

“I have an 8-year-old son who has LGBTQ+ classmates and relatives. We have many LGBTQ+ friends.

“Children will ask questions about the world around them and they deserve honest and real answers.”

Last month , Dryman The President of the United States praised Joe Biden To sign an executive order aimed at boosting access to abortion in states that ban it after a June court ruling revoking the constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy.

Florida’s new abortion restriction took effect on July 1. It prohibits abortions after 15 weeks of gestational age or after the last menstrual period. The law contains exceptions only to protect the health or life of a pregnant woman or in cases of fatal fetal abnormalities – but not rape or incest.

Last month , deranged She released a new song called “Hey you”. The official music video for the track was directed by Yoshiax.

“Hey you” will appear in derangedHe recently recorded his eighth album, expected in the fall.

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