A little over a year has passed since Mötley Crüe threw in the towel, and the band's bassist and primary lyricist, Nikki Sixx, says he's enjoying life now. Of course, you don't know this until you step back. Whether you like it or hate it, Mötley Crüe wasn't trying to be another band; we were just being Mötley Crüe.
"I have a star tattooed on my face and more money than I could ever spend in my life," he says. Do you remember trying to write grittier at the time? We were winging it musically, with our production, our shows and how we would present ourselves. You published your journals from that time as The Heroin Diaries, which detailed your drug abuse and self-destruction. The two constants in my life have been writing – I was always keeping journals – and having a guitar in my hands.
I was bumpin’, I was just in the mood to like, split someone.
He also states that Nick should try and keep their demographic with them by using attractive girls as actors. “y'all used to have some fire bitches” On March 13, 2017, Pink Guy released a music video for this song on the TVFilthy Frank channel.
It’s eighth grade, nah, like seventh-grade year, I’m chillin’ bruh, listening to Chief Keef and shit, it was like when Chief Keef first came out, ‘Don’t Like’ and when all that was poppin’, bruh.
Tommy, Vince and me were brawlers, and we loved it. And "You're All I Need" is a great storytelling song that isn't as glossy and pretty as some of the other bands were trying to come off as.
I wouldn't trust any member of Mötley Crüe, except maybe Mick, in an alley at night. '"What strikes you about Girls, Girls, Girls when you listen to it now? I think it represents where we were at the time, as a young bunch of men that were extremely successful and didn't necessarily have all the tools to deal with it. "Wild Side," "Girls, Girls, Girls" and "Five Years Dead" are great examples where I feel like I really nailed it.
He asks Dan Schneider (creator/co-creator of a number of successful Nick shows including ) to help bring back the “hot” girls, and also talks about sexual fantasies with him and some of the girls from Schneider’s shows.
This seems to rehash a concept he tackled on his Too Damn Filthy channel in his Cringe of The Week series. ’', he bitches and moans about the rising prevalence of pre-teens as actors on kids channels, such as Nickelodeon.
Fans were definitely shook, but not surprised that she would share such an explicit video because in her latest song "Motor Sport" she raps a line, "I turn Offset on / I told him the other day / 'Man, we should sell that porn.'" But just hours after the video went viral, Cardi took to her Instagram story to set the record straight.
"I was fully clothes [sic] on live, I was not f--kin' on live! Perhaps the alum was anxious to silence rumors that her man stepped out on her — which began circulating over the weekend.
I don’t usually be beatin’ females, bruh, I ain’t on that, but if a hoe tries me…