- Two members were interviewed by CBC and said they were still in shock over what happened (the third was still in San Diego and couldn't be part of the interview)
- "It's been a living nightmare," said Victor Micallef
- "I don't think we can see ourselves performing with Remigio again," said Fraser Walters. He also apologized something as sacred as an anthem was compromised.
- Rehearsals for the anthem singing went well and there were no indications that Pereira was going to change the lyrics.
- "If you were a fly on the wall you would have seen three very, very angry guys in the room talking to Remigio and him saying, 'Well, if I asked for permission, you would have said no,'" said Walters.
- Pereira was scheduled to perform with renowned guitarist Pavlo in September but it has since been cancelled. The venue released a statement saying they were "an organization which embraces diversity" and would not "present or allow groups or individuals to use our facilities who either intentionally or unintentionally promote racism."
recap: While performing Oh Canada at the MLB All-Star Game member Remigio Pereira altered the lyrics to include a political message and sang "all lives matter" while holding up a small sign. The group has issued an apology and has stated until further notice Pereira will not be performing with them. Pereira has taken to twitter to defend his actions.
some sources are already saying pereira has been kicked out but the tenors have yet to confirm it, they start touring at the end of the month so maybe they're waiting until closer to that?