Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea discussed climate change and the Woolsey Fire that hit the Los Angeles area and burned down the homes of many, including Neil Young and Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst, recently in a new Instagram post.
“We the Red Hot Chili Peppers are happy oh so happy and thankful that we can help out a little bit with those who lost so much in the Woolsey fire. The destructive effects of climate change are ongoing and will be difficult for us human beings to deal with. Love is the only thing that can help us. Love each other, love the earth, let’s be there for each other. Come on down and join us red hots, Beck, and St. Vincent and let’s put some energy into helping out those in need. And let’s party our asses off too. The gig is at the Hollywood palladium. ❤️?❤️?❤️?❤️?❤️????????♂️??????♂️???????.”
He also recently wrote about Jimi Hendrix on Instagram, “He looked through the bellybutton window and regardless of love or hate he came on down the chute. It was a bold move and I’m eternally grateful for his decision. Sometimes I look out at this world today and wonder if he would still come sliding on down. I love you Jimi, and I’ll do everything I can to try and help make this world worthy of you, a good view from a belly button window.”