Billy Corgan Photographed With $325,000 Smashing Pumpkins Car

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Tommy Lipnick has posted a new photo of Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan in front of a Range Rover. He wrote on Instagram, “@williampcorgan In front of his NEW, custom painted orange Pumpkinmobile, I can’t believe he paid $325k for this thing. Just picked it up today.”

It’s unclear if Corgan actually bought the car or if the caption is sarcastic, as there were some funny comments so he could have just been posing for a joke photo. Corgan also recently opened up about mental health on Instagram.

“We’re currently on a 12 hour bus ride from Atlanta to Miami. Which means one is given much time to think. Firstly, let me say in regards to my recent posts about self-esteem, battling through negativity and so on (which if you read those posts you can empathize with me why they are hard to characterize) that I am absolutely floored by the response I have received, both in private and thru DM’s, of those that are ailing. Perhaps it was the right tone, or that I managed to talk about such difficult things with a frank, yet positive honesty that triggered this outpouring, but I’d be remiss to not follow this up in some way that feels productive. And instead of going on as I’m won’t to do, let’s keep it simple…

If you are hurting, overwhelmed, or feel like you can’t make it, please seek professional help. Trust me when I say this: what seems like weakness to the hurting mind and heart is actually STRENGTH and COURAGE. Do not doubt this. Just raise your hand and say ‘I can’t do this alone.’. And turn to someone you trust…

If you feel alone or are alone, that may be a symptom of a deeper condition where you’ve isolated yourself for self-protection but have taken it too far. This I say from experience, as strange as it may seem to some. For there have been many days-weeks-months where I saw few and had little social contact, as I was so ashamed at my condition (and by condition I mean where I just couldn’t maintain my place in the world comfortably without either compromise or faking it). Last thing (for now): there is no magic solution to what ails you. No one wants to live in a house built in a few hours. In my opinion, and it’s just my opinion, a positive, happy, and rewarding life takes time to build. Brick by brick, nail by nail. So I’m not here to sell you anything but a map that might take you from here to there.

When people ask, I cite God as what saved me, but they get lost in that (you know, the typical religious bs). God to me is just Love. So if you have a religious hangup, then Love saved me. And Love is like ketchup, it works on everything. So BE Love, ACCEPT Love, and OFFER Love to those in need. Even if the person in need is YOU.”

We're currently on a 12 hour bus ride from Atlanta to Miami. Which means one is given much time to think. Firstly, let me say in regards to my recent posts about self-esteem, battling through negativity and so on (which if you read those posts you can empathize with me why they are hard to characterize) that I am absolutely floored by the response I have received, both in private and thru DM's, of those that are ailing. Perhaps it was the right tone, or that I managed to talk about such difficult things with a frank, yet positive honesty that triggered this outpouring, but I'd be remiss to not follow this up in some way that feels productive. And instead of going on as I'm won't to do, let's keep it simple… If you are hurting, overwhelmed, or feel like you can't make it, please seek professional help. Trust me when I say this: what seems like weakness to the hurting mind and heart is actually STRENGTH and COURAGE. Do not doubt this. Just raise your hand and say 'I can't do this alone.'. And turn to someone you trust… If you feel alone or are alone, that may be a symptom of a deeper condition where you've isolated yourself for self-protection but have taken it roo far. This I say from experience, as strange as it may seem to some. For there have been many days-weeks-months where I saw few and had little social contact, as I was so ashamed at my condition (and by condition I mean where I just couldn't maintain my place in the world comfortably without either compromise or faking it). Last thing (for now): there is no magic solution to what ails you. No one wants to live in a house built in a few hours. In my opinion, and it's just my opinion, a positive, happy, and rewarding life takes time to build. Brick by brick, nail by nail. So I'm not here to sell you anything but a map that might take you from here to there. When people ask, I cite God as what saved me, but they get lost in that (you know, the typical religious bs). God to me is just Love. So if you have a religious hangup, then Love saved me. And Love is like ketchup, it works on everything. So BE Love, ACCEPT Love, and OFFER Love to those in need. Even if the person in need is YOU.

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