Vince Gill Confronts Westboro Baptist Church Protestors Outside His Show

“I came out here to see what hate looks like,” Vince says on video made by one of the protestors.

Vince Gill confronted protestors from controversial Westboro Baptist Church on Sunday (Sept. 8) outside his show in Kansas City.

“I came out here to see what hate looks like,” Vince says in a video one protestor made and posted to YouTube.

The protestors accuse Vince of adultery because he and his wife, Amy Grant, had previously been married to other people.

Vince told the protestors they were lucky they didn’t have a sign about Amy, and he also called one of the protestors a “dips--t.”

Watch the video here: But be warned, there is some foul language.

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