Steven Tyler Family Unload On ‘Toxic’ Relationship


Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler‘s daughter’s Mia Tyler recently took to social media via Instagram to unload on how a toxic relationship is ultimately a problem within oneself. Steven Tyler’s daughter recently took this swimsuit photo on the beach! On the post, she clarifies that the only toxic relationship she has ever had, in her words, was “with herself”. Tyler’s daughter also reacted to his sad vocal health scare a couple of days ago.

The full post can be found below:

“The ONLY toxic relationship I ever HAD is the one I had with myself… Everyone else was just a reflection of that.”

In other Aerosmith news, fans on the band’s official Facebook page have to discuss the thirtieth anniversary of Aerosmith’s tenth studio album – Pump, which was released originally on September 12, 1989, and it’s re-release:

 Michael posted: “So I was 15 and a friend of mine was getting tapes from one of those record clubs. We were splitting the cost so I needed to pick 5 tapes for myself. I got 4 pretty fast but needed one more. So I am looking over the book and I see a picture of two old trucks fucking! I didn’t know anything about the band but loved the cover art! So I got it and when they arrived I listened to the others first as they were typical popular bands I already knew. And a few days later, I finally opened the tape named “Pump”. I put my headphones on hit play…and when I did. A musical hand came out and grabbed my soul and proceeded to KICK MY ASS! From the opening rifts on Young Lust to the accordion in What It Takes, I was blown away and I have never been the same!”

Steven Tyler recently grabbed the leg of an actress in a stunning photo. Vince said: “My favorite album. I would love to get the cassette to go with my ’89 Cadillac Fleetwood. The same year of this album!

Whereas Debby noted: ” I can’t even begin to thank you guys enough for the memories I have loved you for 45 + years and never seen you and now I have and always will as long as you keep on rocking“.