Motley Crue Singer Posts Sad Photo Of Daughter

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Motley Crue singer Vince Neil posted a heartbreaking photo with his deceased daughter on Father’s Day last weekend, as seen by going down below.

Motley Crue concert on Wednesday night, June 22 at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. in front of about 40,000 fans marked the second of the first four “The Stadium Tour” dates which was washed away by rain and lightning. The band’s headlining show followed a 90-minute wait until the lighting ceased but the rain continued.

Motley Crue concert was once again marred with rain

The band shared a two-minute video recap of the Washington, D.C. performance, and the band included the following message: “Right before our set was about to begin we were forced to evacuate all the fans to a shelter in place. The stadium curfew was 11pm, so it wasn’t looking like we would go on. Almost a solid hour passed with pouring rain and lightning, it was looking more than likely we would have to reschedule the show.

“We were all extremely bummed after eating to play for our fans. At the last minute, we got the call – the show could go on! The fans came back in and got drenched along with us, and the energy and support was unmatched by the time the band got on. We could feel that special connection between the fans and the band and you can see on our faces how much we loved this show What an eclectic night – See you again Washington D.C.”

Mötley Crüe made a massive comeback to high-profile touring with “The Stadium Tour” but the kickoff show saw Tommy Lee leave the drum kit after playing five songs. As was the case at the previous three shows of “The Stadium Tour.” Tommy Lee once again defied doctor’s orders — despite sustaining four broken ribs — to take part in his band’s long-awaited return to the stage with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts.

After playing three songs with his bandmates, Lee told the crowd that he had broken four ribs, and his doctor told him he couldn’t perform. He also took the opportunity to have some fun with the audience, bringing out what appears to be a roasting pan full of beer cans and ribs, which he then proceeded to throw into the crowd.