New York Post: TOMMY LEE 'Shocked' By MCA's Decision To Drop Him
The following item appeared in today's edition of the New York Post:
Bad-Boy rocker Tommy Lee's love life is doing well, but his career is in the toilet. Lee, whose last two albums — one with his band, METHODS OF MAYHEM, and another one by himself — flopped miserably, was just dropped from his label, MCA [as first reported here last Wednesday—ed.]. The move came as a shock to Lee, who was seen out on the town at Sushi Samba 7 last week partying with his fiancée, Mayte, who should watch out. The last time Lee was broke, the honeymoon sex tape of him and Pamela Anderson mysteriously vanished from their house and turned up for sale on the 'Net.
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