Dan Reynolds Has Epic Reply To Hate When Band Scores Decade's Top Rock Song

If you're coming for Dan Reynolds, be prepared to get put in your place.

The Imagine Dragons singer had the perfect reply to haters after his band got the incredible honor of having the first three songs on the Top Rock Songs Of The Decade list. It's impressive enough to have one song, but the band nabbed the first three spots with their songs “Believer,” “Thunder,” and “Radioactive” respectively. 

With that, Imagine Dragons divided music fans over their decade-spanning chart spots. Many fans flocked to social media to tweet about how undeserving the band was or to make fun of them. But if you think Reynolds is affected by the comments, think again.

On Monday (December 30), the 32-year-old singer took to Twitter to voice his own opinion about the honor as well as put haters on blast. “Got on twitter to find all the slander and all the love. thank you for the love and yea I’d probably be mad if it wasn’t my band but it is my band hahahahahahbaba,” he tweeted.

While he had to take a jab at all the naysayers, he did tweet again to focus on the love of fans of his band. “And in all serious. thank you so much. I feel incredibly blessed to be able to have spent the last decade writing this music and sharing it w you,” he wrote. “It all comes from a real place and it always will. the world can debate what genre it belongs in. that’s not my concern.”

Well said, Dan!

Panic! At The Disco is also on the list and it's well-deserved given the fact the band beat Imagine Dragons' chart record just last month.

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