KORN's JONATHAN DAVIS: 'CHINO MORENO Is Bitter And Pissed Off'
KORN frontman Jonathan Davis has reacted to recent comments made by DEFTONES singer Chino Moreno in U.S. magazine Revolver. Moreno said: "As KORN go on, it's the same things — bad childhoods and mean moms. It gets too old after a while. How old is Jonathan? Thirty? How long has it been since he lived with his parents?"
In an interview with Kerrang! magazine, Davis said: "Obviously, Chino hasn't listened to the words on the rest of my albums because they're nothing about my parents or my childhood. He's bitter and pissed off. I haven't talked to him because that's some straight fucked up shit that he said. When we first came out it was cool and we were homies. Then as we came up they became bitter because we were getting more attention or some shit. It's retarded how it got like that."
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