Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe) explodes against a fan outraged by the obsceneness of his concerts: “What did you expect?”

Tommy Lee, Motley Crue drummerhas exploded against a fan who was outraged by the presence of obscene content at the band’s concerts during “The Stadium Tour” in San Francisco. (via Ultimate Classic Rock)

Lee called a profanity term that could be translated as “soft” to a fan named Juan Álvarez after television echoed his complaints about the performance of Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett.

Álvarez, who went to see Mötley Crüe accompanied by his sister, had this to say: “Minors and everyone was forced to see naked people on the big screen and everyone around us was doing it too. It was like Sodom and Gomorrah; It was crazy. Even the usher had to take a guy down from the brick wall because he had his private parts out, screaming “

Event organizers acknowledge that there have been complaints from attendees who were surprised that Mötley Crüe asked them to remove their private parts. “When I brought up that there were 6-year-olds and 9-year-olds and boys there, they said, ‘Well, they shouldn’t have come to a Crue show.'”

Of course, Tommy Lee has used his Twitter account to charge hard against this fan: “Oh no, boobs and penises: what are we going to do? Hey Juan, I have a question for you: What the hell do you expect to see at a Mötley Crüe concert, man? We’ve been doing this forever, dammit. Damn softie.”

That did not stop there, because Lee continued to be angry with the fan and with the people who are outraged: “The world is too soft! We’ve been doing this shit for years, Juan. Möitley Crüe concerts are not for everyone and never have been! Ripe for a fucking time. Complaining about seeing boobs at a Mötley Crüe concert is like complaining about seeing cheesecake in a cheesecake factory.”

I went to a Motley Crüe show and I can’t believe they sang a whole song about girls.answers the band from Twitter, in a humorous tone.

Motley Crue 2023?

Everything indicates that Mötley Crüe will also go out to Mexico and South America before disembarking, next summer, in soccer stadiums on the Old Continent. “We have a long way to go”said Vince Neil in an interview. “When we come back in 2024, we will do it all over again”he said, surely referring to his return to the United States.

Last year, Joe Elliott, singer of Def Leppard, stated that the tour would come to Europe in different formats: “Some of the shows will just be festivals, but some of the shows will be what we’re currently doing here in North America.”

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Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe) explodes against a fan outraged by the obsceneness of his concerts: “What did you expect?”