DOPE Frontman Responds To Parody Interview
DOPE frontman Edsel Dope has issued a response to the interview posted here several days ago in which an "anonymous" writer, otherwise known as STATIC-F's Trick Elzen, sought to counter some of Edsel's earlier statements regarding MURDERDOLLS, SLIPKNOT and former DOPE members Tripp Eisen and Acey Slade.
Edsel's statement is as follows:
"WOW!!! That was about the biggest waste of time ever. This is such a perfect example of this guy's obsessive behavior towards me and my band, On top of everything else he has said and one to make everyone aware of how much he dislikes me and my band. The fact that he now feels it necessary to read, answer, and edit an entire interview that I did while adding his own opinion to each and every statement is more
evidence of his obsession with DOPE then I could have ever put into my own words. Dude, It's time to let go. I won't even begin to respond to all of the ridiculous inaccuracies and out right lies that I have just read while just skimming through this silly thing. It's just silly!! Boy, you're really reaching now."
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