Nikki Sixx Reignites Motley Crue And Godsmack Feud

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx reignites his war of words with Godsmack singer as the glam giants prepare for their casino residency.

Nikki Sixx Reignites Motley Crue And Godsmack Feud
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Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx has reignited his war of words with Godsmack frontman Sully Erna. In his latest retaliation after Erna wrote the song "Crying Like A B-tch" about Sixx, the glam icon says he'd like the singer to join Crue on stage at their upcoming Las Vegas residency. Sixx says: "We're looking for an angry midget for our Vegas shows and I was thinking of using the singer from Godsmack." The pair fell out while Erna's outfit was a support act on the 2009 Crue Fest 2 tour. Erna is believed to have written the song after a particular bad experience with Sixx backstage. Asked directly if "Crying Like A B-tch" was about the bassist, the singer recently said: "As honest as I'd like to be, the other side of me doesn't want to give anybody the extra exposure, even if it's negative, so I'm just going to plead the fifth." Last year Sixx said: "Even his manager told me he's an asshole. Maybe the problem is just in his head I got no problem with him." Crue will play the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Vegas between February 3 and 19. Singer Vince Neil has admitted he's thinking of leaving the band after the run of shows, explaining: "There are so many opportunities in front of me that I'm really excited about. I'm just not sure I can give them the time and effort I'll need, and continue with the band. It might be the time to just bow out." Thanks for the report to RockNewsDesk.com.

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    Hardcoregamer16
    sixx is crying like a bitch right now, there is no feud and if there was one its over. get over it and write another crue album
    edbert
    Sixx's joke made me lol. I wouldn't call all this a full blown feud though. Also...
    Singer Vince Neil has admitted hes thinking of leaving the band after the run of shows, explaining: "There are so many opportunities in front of me that Im really excited about. Im just not sure I can give them the time and effort Ill need, and continue with the band. It might be the time to just bow out."
    I'm calling Vince's bluff here, let's be real, there's nothing else out there for Vince, including a solo career. I saw him and his solo band play a $5 show to a 2/3 empty Pine Knob audience this past summer where 95% of the songs he played were Motley Crue songs...talk about a great "opportunity". Stick to the Crue Vince, it's where you belong.
    cfhdomination
    They're both douchebags, but Sixx might win the award of biggest douchebag for trying to reignite their little feud.
    ShakeMe90
    RedleftyV wrote: At least Godsmack isn't some nostalgia act.
    Sure they are, they're just poorly doing what Alice in Chains did 20 years ago
    Vicryl 2.0
    2jpe2 wrote: why do rockstars have these moronic feuds????
    they want to be the Rapstars i guess..
    2jpe2
    I'm a fan of Godsmack and a fan of Nikki Sixx (as Sixx AM not really as Crue) cryin like a bitch is a good song but that is low if it really is about him, why do rockstars have these moronic feuds????
    slaveskinJACKET
    edbert wrote: Sixx's joke made me lol. I wouldn't call all this a full blown feud though. Also... Singer Vince Neil has admitted hes thinking of leaving the band after the run of shows, explaining: "There are so many opportunities in front of me that Im really excited about. Im just not sure I can give them the time and effort Ill need, and continue with the band. It might be the time to just bow out." I'm calling Vince's bluff here, let's be real, there's nothing else out there for Vince, including a solo career. I saw him and his solo band play a $5 show to a 2/3 empty Pine Knob audience this past summer where 95% of the songs he played were Motley Crue songs...talk about a great "opportunity". Stick to the Crue Vince, it's where you belong.
    In Future News: Taking a cue from Steven Tyler, Vince Neil joins the cast of The Voice, adding to the wide, yet shallow, spectrum of vocalists that is their judging panel.