Brad Paisley likes to take photos with his fans — and haters.
The country singer took some time before his concert in Kansas on Sunday night to pose for a selfie in front of a few members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church who appeared to be picketing his show.
"Westboro Baptist Selfie!!" he wrote as a caption, sharing the snapshot to Twitter. "Or west-Burro(ass) selfie. Hopefully they can hear the show out here."
The Topeka, Kansas-based religious group held signs with messages like "God hates drunks" and "sin breeds violence."
Paisley, 41, wrote on Twitter that he would "play loud" from the concert venue for them.
He isn't the first singer to be targeted by the extremist group. Westboro has staged protests against many musicians over the years, including Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, The Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, One Direction and Paisley's fellow country singer Blake Shelton.