Disturbed’s David Draiman tweeted to show Mötley Crüe‘s Vince Neil his support for the stadium tour and his performance on stage.
Vince Neil recently performed the ultimate classics of Mötley Crüe with his solo band. However, the video of him singing ‘Dr.Feelgood’ was heavily criticized as fans expected Neil to lose weight in preparation for Mötley Crüe’s Stadium Tour scheduled to kick off in June.
After the Stadium Tour kicked off in June, Neil came under fire once again for a video of him using a teleprompter to sing the lyrics to songs went viral on the internet. Although his band members and other rockers in the industry supported him, the media criticized him for not knowing the words. One of the supporters of the rocker was Disturbed’s David Draiman.
Draiman tweeted to show his support for Neil in light of all the criticism he’s faced recently. He stated that the videos he saw of the tour were great and that he was doing a great job on stage.
David Draiman’s tweet is as follows:
“Proud of Vince Neil. The videos I’ve seen of the stadium tour have been great. Sounding good, looking healthy. Good for you brother. Keep knocking them dead. Mötley Crüe.”
You can see the tweet below.
— David Draiman (@davidmdraiman) July 17, 2022