That’s how AFP is spinning it…
Members of the a cappella Baker’s Dozen were performing at a party in San Francisco at the new year when their rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner” apparently sparked taunts and threats from fellow partygoers.
…but it seems the truth is more nuanced. It wasn’t the anthem that set them off; it was the “attention” they were getting at the party.
As gay as a slapfight between a Yale glee club and a gang from San Francisco sounds, it actually ended up being pretty bad. See for yourself by clicking the image to watch.
Update: Now that’s a gang.