MOTÖRHEAD Frontman LEMMY Is NOT Bisexual

A fake MOTÖRHEAD story has been making the rounds on the Internet purportedly quoting the group's mainman, Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, as finally admitting that he is "bisexual." The article, which credited as its original source, is believed to have originated in a May 20, 2005 posting to the band's official forum, but regained strength this past week when it was republished on several other sites, including a Dutch metal webzine, which quickly removed it from its pages after BLABBERMOUTH.NET informed it of the article's inauthenticity. However, this didn't stop the metal community from going into a state of shock about Lemmy's alleged sexual orientation, causing this site alone to receive countless e-mails from concerned fans who expressed their surprise over Lemmy's "revelation."


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