Mötley Crüe’s co-founder and bassist, Nikki Sixx, posted a tweet on his Twitter account and shared his views on Donald Trump by suggesting he had some side projects to pay his debts.
Approximately a week ago, Joe Biden was elected the President of the United States in the 59th quadrennial presidential election. However, Donald Trump will remain in office until January 20th. On the same day, Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th president and begin serving his country.
As you may know, Donald Trump has not accepted defeat and during a recent interview, he said ‘time will tell’ instead of congratulating the new president. As Trump will remain in office until the 20th of January, numerous celebrities have spoken about what he’ll do after the 20th.
One of them was Nikki Sixx, who posted a tweet asserting bold claims about Trump. In order to prevent people from saying that he is looking at the current situation subjectively, Sixx added that none of his statements are personal, in hope that people can understand his objective stance.
Nikki Sixx argued that Donald Trump is currently provoking his 70 million voters so that they will join the network he will possibly launch soon, aiming to pay-off his billion-dollar debt.
Sixx got almost two hundred responses with some people supporting his view while others were saying that it is personal because their lives are being affected by Trump’s administration. Nikki Sixx was also appreciated by fans for being vocal about his political opinions.
Here’s what Nikki Sixx said:
“You realize Trump will leave the White House on Jan 20th. Right now he’s just winding up his 70 million voters so they will follow him when he launches his own network so he can pay off his debt from the advertising dollars… None of this personal.”
You can check out the tweet that Nikki Sixx posted on his Twitter account below.
You realize Trump will leave the White House Jan 20th.Right now he’s just winding up his 70m voters so they will follow him when he launches his own network so he can pay off his debt from the advertising dollars…None of this personal.
— —Nikki Sixx— (@NikkiSixx) November 16, 2020