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Pereira also defended himself in a series of tweets hoping his actions would be perceived as a positive statement “that would bring us ALL together.”Pereira was born in Boston to Portuguese parents, but grew up in the Ottawa area.

Several people were killed in the terror attack at the heart of London and dozens injured.

Every business has its tropes: lawyers are greedy, sales people are shady, surgeons are egomaniacs. Viola players, for instance, have been on the receiving end of a long line of nasty jokes related to the relative usefulness (or not) of their place in the orchestral world, while sopranos are sometimes painted as difficult divas.

WATCH: The Tenors strike a sour note over ‘All Lives Matter’ rendition of ‘O Canada’ While singing a solo verse of the anthem, he changed the lyrics “With glowing hearts we see thee rise, the True North strong and free,” to “We’re all brothers and sisters, all lives matter to the great.”He also held up a sign bearing the message “all lives matter” on one side and “united we stand” on the other, while standing alongside his fellow Tenors on the field.

READ MORE: ‘Lone wolf’ tenor Remigio Pereira speaks out after ‘All Lives Matter’ anthem flap In a video posted on his Facebook page on Friday, an emotional Pereira says he knows O Canada is revered, and he was not intending to disrespect the anthem, the people of Canada, or “the people who have fallen for this country to be free.”He says those who were offended by his “all lives matter” message should know that he’s not a racist, noting that he grew up in a multicultural environment.

He also apologized directly to members of the Black Lives Matter movement who were offended by his actions.

READ MORE: Who is The Tenors’ Remigio Pereira who changed ‘O Canada’ lyrics to add ‘All Lives Matter’?

READ MORE: Who is The Tenors’ Remigio Pereira who changed ‘O Canada’ lyrics to add ‘All Lives Matter’? I weep when I see videos of a man just trying to sell a CD and he gets killed, murdered,” Pereira said, referring to the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge on July 5. I love you all.”READ MORE: After The Tenors’ singer changed ‘O Canada,’ here’s why ‘All Lives Matter’ is so controversial The controversy was sparked Tuesday night at San Diego’s Petco Park, when in the middle of the anthem during his solo, Pereira unexpectedly sang: “We’re all brothers and sisters.

“Just like I weep if I see a cop get killed, because my cousin is a cop and I know that they put their lives on the line every single day for us.”“No disrespect whatsoever to Black Lives Matter because black lives do matter. I do not want to see anything happening to any of my black friends, musician friends,” he continued.“This country was built through diversity, exchanging ideas, exchanging cultures. Not segregating everyone, not creating a hierarchy. All lives matter to the great” replacing the original lyrics, “With glowing hearts we see thee rise.

Billboard reports that the government of Ontario has just allocated C million (US.5) to 123 music companies, including the world’s largest. It’s about making sure that there’s an incentive to keep our talent here and allowing them to record in Canada.’He added: ‘Ten years ago no one knew an international star like Drake or people like Justin Bieber.

For example, the Canadian Tenors* are recording here in Ontario, versus previously, their last album was cut in Europe.