SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett wants a Silver Spring concert venue to cancel next month’s show by the Mexican band Molotov because of homophobic lyrics in one of the band’s songs.

The Washington Post reports the rap-metal band is scheduled to play at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Aug. 26. Leggett wrote in a letter Thursday to the general manager at the Fillmore that he has serious concerns about the booking and is “personally offended.”

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The county owns the Fillmore building and leases it for $90,000 a year to Live Nation. The rental agreement doesn’t give Montgomery officials any say in the content of the bookings.

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The venue’s general manager, Stephanie Steele, did not return calls from the paper. A Live Nation spokesman says the performance won’t be canceled.

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