Mötley Crüe legend and also the co-founding member of the band, Nikki Sixx, has taken his verified Twitter account today and shared what he thinks after watching the latest documentary of Chris Holmes.
‘Mean Man: The Story of Chris Holmes has been released back in January and managed to become one of the most-watched documentaries on Amazon Prime Video in a short time. The documentary shares the story of Chris Holmes with his highs and lows after he lost publishing rights of his own songs and dealing with addictions.
Chris Holmes is one of the most iconic figures of the heavy metal industry and he’s mostly known as the fronting member of W.A.S.P and BulletBoys. According to the recently released articles, his net worth is $7 million and it will grow with the success of the movie.
In his latest tweet, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx has talked about the movie and stated that he knows Chris for almost 40 years and it’s so hard to compete with his honesty.
Here is what he said:
“Watching Mean Man about Chris Holmes. I’ve known Chris for 40 years and what I love about him is what most people don’t like and that’s that he “Doesn’t Give A Fück”. Hard to compete with that kinda honesty.”
Check out the tweet of Sixx and the trailer of the movie below.
Watching #MeanMan about Chris Holmes. I’ve known Chris 40years and what I love about him is what most people don’t like and that’s that he “Doesn’t Give A Fück”. Hard to compete with that kinda honesty.
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) March 1, 2021