Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx was interviewed recently by Rolling Stone, and revealed the worst thing about being in a Mötley Crüe.
Nikki Sixx also commented about the ‘groupie’ stories in Mötley Crüe’s memoir The Dirt, and said that he stands %100 percent behind the #MeToo movement.
“What is the worst thing about being in Mötley Crüe?”
“Everybody thinks you’re an animal. Sometimes when I’m working on stuff, I have conversations with people and they’re, like, ‘Yeah, dude. You’re in Motley Crue.’
That doesn’t mean you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I’m up for the conversation. I’m very liberal. I’m the definition of the fucking snowflake for Republicans.”
“You filled The Dirt with jaw-dropping groupie stories. What have you learned about women?”
“I stand 100 percent behind the #MeToo movement. I think we’re in a very great time for equality and we’ve got room to grow.
Even though we were fucking animals and the shit that we did was fucking crazy and the shit the girls did to us was crazy, there was never a moment ever that anybody in the band took that as an opportunity to wield power. I’m not saying we were angels, but it was all consensual.”
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