Red Hot Chili Peppers Reveal Why It Was ‘Hard’ To Fire Guitarist

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Red Hot Chili Peppers social media manager David Mushegain revealed why it was hard to post the Josh Klinghoffer firing message in a new Instagram post.

Dave wrote, “‘One life With each other. Sisters and my brothers. One life But we’re not the same. We get to carry each other, carry each otherOne, oneOne, one. One, One love, one life’- @u2 What a beautiful and radical life experience being here in India exploring and creating with the U2 family… sometimes its hard to explain things..

Such an emotional night in such a emotional part of the world with artists Ive come to admire and appreciate so much .. and having to post a emotional message at the same time about my family the @chilipeppers .. just hard to take everything in.. love you my brother @guyoseary … love this earth ..’Love is a Temple, Love is a higher law.'”

RHCP bassist Flea hinted that Josh Klinghoffer’s albums with RHCP, The Getaway and I’m With You, will not be forgotten, even with the return of John Frusciante. Flea ‘refusing’ a John Frusciante reunion demand from a fan was just revealed.

A fan asked, “Flea!! John is back?? Thats amazing. I loved the 2 records with josh! They were great! Happy to hear John is back though. Been listening to the Chilis since i was 12. Cheers man! Cant wait to read your book!”

Flea responded, “Flea!! John is back?? Thats amazing. I loved the 2 records with josh! They were great! Happy to hear John is back though. Been listening to the chillis since i was 12. Cheers man! Cant wait to read your book!”

Another fan told Flea, “I hope he knows we all love him very much and we’re thankful for 10 years of magic and wonderment.” Flea responded, “I know he feels it. We as a band feel the same way.”

Flea also wrote, “Tomorrow, Rain and Summer Phoenix, the two maestros of the Launch Left podcast @launchleft will be in conversation with the cool as fuk great musician Phoebe Bridgers at the @bootlegtheater in Los Angeles, as Phoebe launches artist Charlie Hickey. The event is a fundraiser to get some cash together and help care for four year old boy Joaquin Smith, who lost his mother Vivienne to cancer a couple of weeks ago. Gonna be a magical night on two stages with slideshow, comedy, and music! Please come one and all! Feel the love.” Rage Against The Machine dropped a John Frusciante bombshell last week.