Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has lashed out at the "jealous, pathetic losers" at BLABBERMOUTH.NET who have posted scathingly unflattering messages about his recently announced plans to take his DJ/drumming solo performance on the road.
As reported here earlier today, Lee has lined up two solo dates in Southern California at the end of April that will feature Tommy (in his own words) "doing something I've been waiting forever to do... I'm DJing/drumming all my fave and original electronic music!! Acid house, electro tech stuff."
In an e-mail sent to BLABBERMOUTH.NET Tuesday evening (April 13), Lee responded to his detractors, stating the following:
"Hey Fuckers! By all these great user names I can tell your [sic] a bunch of old 80's stuck in a time warp, jealous, pathetic, losers, wishin I was someone, punk ass, hide behind my laptop, droolin like a pedofile [sic] at the nearest school waiting for the bell to ring.... So to you all......Here's a nice hot bowl of DICK for lunch. Anyone need a spoon kiddies??? BLOW ME!!"
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