The co-founder and bass guitarist of Mötley Crüe, Nikki Sixx, recently posted a photo on his Twitter account and unveiled that there is a grifter who has auctioned a shirt which he claims is Sixx’s and warned his fans not to trust them.

Nikki Sixx is one of the most active social media users in the metal scene and he often uses his Twitter account to express his views on social and political matters or music and to interact with his fans. However, this time, he used it to warn them as there is an impostor trying to get money off his back.

As you might recall, some months ago Nikki Sixx had auctioned one of his guitars for the ‘MusiCares Charity Relief Auction’ which aimed to raise money to support the people employed in the music industry whose careers have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

After that auction, some impostors saw this as an opportunity and started auctions on eBay claiming that they’re selling Nikki Sixx’s personal items. With his recent tweet, Nikki Sixx warned his fans about a person who claims to be selling the shirt that he wore at the final concert of Mötley Crüe in 2015. Sixx posted a screenshot of the product and said that this isn’t his shirt.

You can check out the tweet that Nikki Sixx posted on his Twitter account below.