Former Motley Crue singer John Corabi has posted a goodbye note to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday at 41 years old. A Motley Crue member just rejected a world tour demand.
Corabi said, “R.I.P. Kobe Bryant !!!!! One of the greats of basketball….This is awful!!! Just goes to show how short and fragile life is!!! Rest In Peace brother!!!!” Tommy Lee’s wife Brittany Furlan tweeted, “Life is truly unpredictable #ripkobe 😞”
Motley Crue’s current singer Vince Neil was recently defended on Reddit. WR1 posted, “Maybe it’s just because I’m drunk, but I really like vine’s sound with the rest of the band. Not that he’s a good live singer (but he IS a good live front man) but I think his studio recorded official Crue songs are fantastic and a large part of that enjoyableness is because of Vince’s distinct voice. Thoughts?”
Joanna405 responded, “I know the last few years live Vince has not sounded to great but I remember seeing them back in the 80’s when I was just a kid and dam his voice was amazing such a distinctive sound and over the years still up into the early 2000’s he was still good I don’t know what’s going on now but I agree his voice was great.”
Caveman_tan chimed in, “I’m listening to Carnival of Sins right now and Vince was on f***ing Fire for this show!
Vince wasn’t great the last few times I saw them, but there were a few shows that Vince absolutely killed. The 20th Anniversary of Dr. Feelgood Tour in 2009 comes to mind. Sounded amazing.” A Motley Crue wife revealed an ’embarrassing’ bedroom secret a few days ago.
R.I.P. Kobe Bryant !!!!! One of the greats of basketball….This is awful!!! Just goes to show how short and fragile life is!!! Rest In Peace brother!!!! pic.twitter.com/yCInmVEhad
— John Corabi (@Crablegs59) January 26, 2020