TOMMY LEE: VINCE NEIL Has Sunk To An All-Time Low By Appearing In Reality Series
Tommy Lee has slammed former MÖTLEY CRÜE bandmate Vince Neil over the latter's stint in the WB reality show "The Surreal Life", saying that the singer has sunk to "an all-time low" by doing the series and blaming him for "dragging what's left of a once-great band."
"I usually don't even reply to this shite, " Tommy wrote in an online post in response to fans' criticism of his earlier remark that "rock stars don't do talent shows" (referring to the "talent show" segment aired on a recent episode of "The Surreal Life"). "It such a waste of time!! So I won't waste much of it... After all, that is all we have here on this planet is time, right??!! ... I only said, 'Wow... rock stars don't do talent shows.' I didn't say [the show] sucked or judge it! I think Vince is at an all-time low even doing that show... Dragging what's left of a once-great band upsets me!! C'mon man! ... Onstage with Corey Feldman?? Open your eyes guys!! Only my opinion... And Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars... We talk, ya know!!"
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