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Posted Dec 23, 2013 01:26 PM
In a series of online rants, ex-Korn drummer David Silveria gave his former bandmates a major bashing, calling bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu a "cowardly little b-tch" just before focusing on singer Jonathan Davis.
As Metal Injection reports, the drummer was first asked on Facebook about Fieldy's book and the part where the bassist claims calling David out for a fight. "Ha ha!" the drummer commented. "Fieldy never threw down his bass and tried to fight me. He is a coward with a big mouth and he knows I would beat his a-s like the little wimp that he is. I would love for him to talk shit to my face now. I would love to crush him like a bitch.
"Sorry guys. Fieldy has acted like a tough guy for so long it's nice to tell the truth," Silveria continued. "Not only is he not a tough guy but he's a cowardly little b-tch. He never tried to fight me cuz he knows I would squash him like a bug. He acted like a tough guy on tour to our staff cuz he knew he could get away with it because our crew got paid well and didn't want to lose their jobs.
"He used that to walk around acting like he thought he was a tough gangsta. Our entire crew laughed at him behind his back because they all knew he is a pussy. I would love to see him out somewhere with no security to protect the runt. He wouldn't say anything because he's totally scared of me."
Further revealing the juicy details, Silveria continued: "Munky just puts up with them. A lot of people don't know this but after I left the band Jon and Fieldy would gang up on Munky trying to control him and Munky quit the band three times since I've been gone. When I was in the band I stood up to their control freak nonsense and Munky became their target after I left.
"It's all nonsense because there is no reason for them to be a--hole drama control freaks when they could have been cool like Munky and I and just embraced the blessing of being able to play music for a living. Fieldy and Jon had drama almost daily. I never wanted anything to do with their stupid nonsense. I just wanted to enjoy being a rock star and rock the world drama-free!"
David concluded, "The original Korn sound is gone. It's the JD show now and it just no good. Trust me Fieldy is not sorry. He is a punk for life. Before I left the band he became a Christian but he just really became a judgmental self-righteous idiot. Seriously."
In a separate Facebook post, the drummer continued his ranting spree, this time around focusing on singer Jonathan Davis. Asked by a fan to comment on Davis' claims saying his drumming technique was gone, Silveria noted: "That’s ridiculous. Jon's balls were gone because his wife put them in a jar," along with a smiley face.
So that's a lot of ranting we have here. Share your thoughts on the whole matter in the comments.