After storming the alternative rock scene in the crux of its miserable, dying days, Nickelback quickly became the music world's collective whipping boy. (Consensus: They suck). Since his stint as California governor ended, Arnold Schwarzenegger has managed to stay relevant by riding President Donald Trump’s coattails into the studios of NBC, where he’s the new host of The Celebrity Apprentice.
These polar opposites collided Tuesday on Twitter, when Schwarzenegger used the band’s lack of popularity to illustrate a point about gerrymandering. Then it got heated: