Mötley Crüe co-founder and bassist Nikki Sixx posted a tweet about the recent fishing trip he went with his wife Courtney and revealed the near-death experience he had for the second time after he died for two minutes from a heroin overdose.

As you might know, the biographical comedy-drama film of the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, named ‘The Dirt,’ was released in 2019. The film depicted the developments in the careers of Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil, and Nikki Sixx starting from the very first days of the band.

During the film, one of the worst moments of Nikki Sixx also presented in detail. On December 23, 1987, Sixx overdosed on heroin and he has clinically pronounced death for two minutes.

Recently on Twitter, Nikki Sixx posted a tweet before going for a fishing trip with his wife Courtney on Snake River and stated that if he didn’t survive, that would be his last tweet.

Here’s what Mötley Crüe icon wrote in his tweet:

Taking the wife fly fishing on the Snake River today. If I don’t survive this will serve as my last tweet.”

The next day, a fan replied to Nikki’s ‘last tweet’ wondering whether he was still alive. As a response to the fan’s comment, Sixx revealed he had a near-death experience for the second time in his life and wrote:

It was close but I’m back from a fishing near-death experience

Additionally, Nikki started a Q&A session called ‘AskSixx‘ and replied to some of the questions from the fans on Twitter.

A fan named Debbie Lambert Murphy wanted to know about the future plans of Nikki:

#asksixx What’s next for you with the tour and HD Musical on hold? Any plans to release a “Best of Photography” book by Nikki Sixx…. a coffee table version. Thanx!

As a response to the fan’s question, Sixx shared his thoughts on writing a book and revealed there was actually ‘some great stuff‘ on its way:

“Writing a book. A couple of things floating around in my head. HD is on hold as all live events. Motley tour on hold. Got some great stuff coming

You can see the tweets Nikki Sixx posted on his Twitter account below.