LOS ANGELES, CA Wednesday Jul.25.2007 /netmusiccountdown.com/ -- Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has been threatened with deportation, reports Contactmusic.com.

A journalist accused the Canadian star of threatening the President, and appealed to US politicians to have him removed the the country. The writer was apparently offended by lyrics to the song "March of the Dogs." It says: "Ladies and gentlemen of the underclass/ The president of the United States of America is dead... And now the president's dead/ Because they blew off his head/ No more neck to be red/I guess to heaven he fled."

Whibley said, "He (the reporter) went to the House minority leader in the States (a Republican), who tried to have me deported, trying to say I'm threatening the president."

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