Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has reiterated that he is opposed to the legalization of gay marriage.

In February, the 50-year-old Mustaine told KIRO 97.3 FM Seattle Sounds' Josh Kerns that he does not support marriage equality because he's a Christian and not gay.

“Since I'm not gay, the answer to that would be no,” Mustaine said.

“Would you support legislation to make marriage between a man and another man legal?” Kerns asked.

“I'm Christian, and the answer to that would be no,” he responded.

Speaking with's Alex Jones, Mustaine reiterated his opposition.

“I have the same position that Hillary Clinton and Obama have toward the gays. Look it up. I'm a Christian. I'm a heterosexual man. It's like me worrying about cat owners. I don't like cats. I don't have anything against them, but I don't want one. I know that's a really crazy connection.”

Later Mustaine added: “I'm a born-again Christian, but I don't push that on anybody. I had to tell the guy in Seattle, 'I'm a Christian. Stop asking me theses questions, dude. Gay stuff is not part of my life.'” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)