SLASH's Outrageous T-Shirt Raises Eyebrows

During his appearance at the MTV Europe Music Awards earlier tonight (Sunday, November 7) in Madrid, Spain, legendary guitarist Slash donned a t-shirt with a pink logo that features a naughty word that rhymes with "hunt," followed by "the real thang," all done up to look like a Coca-Cola logo.

You can see video footage of his appearance below.

Photos of Slash wearing the above-mentioned shirt on the "red carpet" of the MTV Europe Music Awards can be found at

Slash presented the "Best Live" award to LINKIN PARK at the 17th annual MTV EMAs, which was broadcast live around the world to more than 600 million households via the MTV multimedia network.

The centrepiece of the EMA set was a massive 3D sculpted metallic cube studded with LED lights which rotated through 360 degrees to reveal different facets including an elliptical "iris", angular "ledges", sculpted triangular prisms and a "stealth" video screen.


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