Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has hit out at fans who ask him to pose for pictures with them.
The controversial rock star revealed his feelings for people who interrupt him during private moments in an extended Facebook rant shared with the groups 1.9m online fans last night (July 1).
Writing on Motley Crue's official page, Tommy wrote: "Taking pictures! I hate it! Irritates the f*ck out of me when people say...you owe it to your fans, they put you where you are, etc etc! I certainly dont owe anybody anything! When I bought all my Led Zeppelin records and concert tickets I didn’t say “one day these f*ckers are gonna owe me a picture” It’s the least they can do for me!...wtf people?"
Adding: "I’m not here to take pictures with you, I’m here to entertain you!"
In the long-winded rant, which you can see in full on Motley Crue's Facebook page, Lee added: "I dunno..it depends on the “situation”... Most people never consider the “situation”. Thats really important... Ya wouldn’t wanna handshake standing at the pisser in the mens bathroom next to me would ya?... And Yes thats happened to me too... Or when your eating a nice quite meal with your family some rude jackass comes up and asks for a picture!"
It was announced earlier this year that Motley Crue will go on a joint-headline tour of the US with make-up loving band Kiss.
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