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Rock 'n' roller vows to renounce American citizenship over Roe v. Wade

Cheapism Logo By Rachel Schneider of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 14: American patriotism isn’t inherently ingrained in every U.S. citizen. After the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has declared that he'll no longer be an "American Idiot" — the punk rocker is planning to renounce his U.S. citizenship. He wouldn't be the first celebrity who has enjoyed great success in America and chosen to renounce U.S. citizenship in favor of another country. Whether they did so for love, because they prefer another culture, or to avoid millions in taxes, here are some of the most notable celebrities who have turned away from the red, white, and blue.Try Cheapism Search and Save, a new tool that lets you search the web and see the latest from Cheapism.com, all in one place.

See Ya, Star Spangled Banner

American patriotism isn’t inherently ingrained in every U.S. citizen. After the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has declared that he'll no longer be an "American Idiot" — the punk rocker is planning to renounce his U.S. citizenship. He wouldn't be the first celebrity who has enjoyed great success in America and chosen to renounce U.S. citizenship in favor of another country. Whether they did so for love, because they prefer another culture, or to avoid millions in taxes, here are some of the most notable celebrities who have turned away from the red, white, and blue.

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© Billie Jo Armstrong by Sven-Sebastian Sajak (Sven0705) (CC BY-SA)

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