Red Hot Chili Peppers Intimate Photo Accidentally Posted


Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea posted a hilarious photo of himself wearing a mask in sumo wrestling underwear on Instagram on Tuesday night, and just minutes later deleted it.

Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced that they are making a documentary movie about their recent concert in Egypt, and surprisingly fans have the opportunity to be involved.

The band wrote on Instagram, “Hi!!! If you were at the show in Egypt please share your videos of your experience with us to have them possibly included in the show documentary. We would love to see your videos and photos before, during and after the show. Please send the highest quality possible and include your name. Email to THANKS FOR SHARING ❤️”

Red Hot Chili Peppers played at the Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt last month.

Tone Deaf wrote in a review, “From the opening jam that saw bassist Flea, guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, and drummer Chad Smith showcasing their talents, to the second when vocalist Anthony Kiedis joined in for ‘Can’t Stop’, there was barely a single audience member who could contain their excitement.

As the group powered through a setlist full of hits, covers, and fan-favourites, it became more and more apparent that this was a truly special place to be.

Between both the band and fans looking at the phenomenal, historic pyramids, to everyone dancing on the sand that is so sacred, it was hard not to feel an almost ethereal connection between the group’s sound and the location that they were performing in.

Before closing out their main set with classics like ‘Under The Bridge’ and ‘By The Way’, bassist Flea made it clear how humbled he was to be in such an amazing location. After thanking the crowd and Egyptian people for their ‘streets, buildings, air, stars, everything, beautiful beauty, and peaceful love,’ he even teased a return visit for the band.”

Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready has announced Peak to the Sky, a day of music he will be curating on July 6th in Big Sky Montana. McCready will be joined by Red Hot Chili Peppers members Josh Klinghoffer and Chad Smith, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan, and Brandi Carlile.