AXL ROSE's Fur Shame Precipitates Philly Meltdown
The following item appeared in today's edition of the New York Post:
Did Spa nightclub's anti-fur policy contribute to the bust-up of GUNS N' ROSES? On Dec. 6 — the day that Axl Rose & Co. axed their Philly concert, prompting a riot and causing promoter Clear Channel to scotch their tour — Axl was turned away from the East Village spot for wearing a fur coat. As PAGE SIX reported last month, an angry Axl stalked off as the rest of his band went inside to party with Robert Downey Jr. and photog David LaChapelle. Now, some Axl watchers believe this may have precipitated the band's meltdown. "He was totally humiliated," a Spa spokeswoman confirmed.
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