Mötley Crüe‘s iconic guitarist Mick Mars posted a tweet to thank his fans for all the support they showed him over the course of many years and unveiled that he was looking forward to seeing them soon again.
The legendary heavy metal band Mötley Crüe was founded back in 1981 by bassist Nikki Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee, lead guitarist Mick Mars and vocalist Vince Neil.
As you might know, Mick Mars has been the most silent member of Mötley Crüe since he prefers not to be an active user of social media platforms. Generally, Mars shares posts or tweets only for important occasions like birthdays or anniversaries.
However, recently on Twitter, Mick Mars shared a tweet revealing his sincere feelings about the support he had been receiving from the fans. Mick mentioned how much he appreciated the love and respect Mötley Crüe fans had given him over the years.
Furthermore, Mars expressed his love for his fans and added that even though they had to postpone their reunion plans for this year, he was still hoping to perform in front of the crowds as soon as possible. Mick said goodbye to his fans and followers ’till then by ending his message with ‘peace.’
Here’s what Mick Mars stated in his latest tweet:
“Thank you, each and every one of you for all the love and respect you have all given me over the years. It really means a lot to me. More than a lot, I love all of you back. Hopefully, I will see you all soon. Peace.”
You can see the tweet Mick Mars posted on his Twitter account below.
Thank you, each and every one of you for all the love and respect you have all given me over the years. It really means a lot to me. More than a lot, I love all of you back. Hopefully I will see you all soon. 👽🛸
— Mick Mars (@mrmickmars) October 18, 2020