KISS frontman Paul Stanley took his official Twitter account to share a new post and apologized to Bob Ezrin for his inappropriate comments during the KISStory.
KISS recently released a biographical movie via A&E and it got excellent reviews from the authorities. However, some of the people got disturbed after hearing what Paul Stanley said about Bob during the KISStory.
Bob Ezrin is an American producer who has worked for musicians such as Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, KISS, and more. Also, he is one of the most successful producers in the rock & metal scene.
During the KISStory, Paul said that Bob is a functioning addict, and he realized what his words really meant after watching the whole movie. Therefore, he apologized to Bob as well as to the community.
Paul Stanley wrote:
“Words hurt. In our documentary, I spoke of my dear friend Bob Ezrin as a ‘functioning addict’ while we made Destroyer.
The impact of that word was lost on me. Although not intended, the hurt & stigma attached is far-reaching. That statement was inaccurate, not true and I misspoke.”
You can check out the post below.
Words Hurt. In our documentary I spoke of my dear friend Bob Ezrin as a “functioning addict” while we made Destroyer. The impact of that word was lost on me. Although not intended, the hurt & stigma attached is far reaching. That statement was inaccurate, not true and I misspoke. pic.twitter.com/jW1uqrKoZZ
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) July 2, 2021