MÖTLEY CRÜE's NIKKI SIXX Shoots Down MICK MARS Replacement Rumors

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in the "Diary" section of CRÜE's official web site:

"As far as the FCC probe and MÖTLEY CRÜE (regarding our New Year's Eve show on 'Leno'), wouldn't our country be better served if our government put their resources in better places? This is just proof that we are moving backwards. A four-letter word slip-up after midnight is not world news, but considering their ridiculous stance, I will say it reeks of the 1950s.

"Anyway, doesn't MÖTLEY CRÜE usually do the probing?

"About Mick Mars and all the rumors of his replacement… He was the guy whose bone disease had tore him physically down and wore out his hip. He was the one who said 'I'm gonna get this fucking hip replaced,' so you guys better be ready 'cause I wanna go kick ass. We are, he has and the rest, as they say, is history.

"See you CRÜEheads on tour..."


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