KISS guitarist and co-founder Paul Stanley remembered the prophecy the newspaper made about themselves by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
As you can see in the picture below, Paul snatched a piece from the Seattle Daily Times in 1974 that was saying KISS won’t be around long. Since then, he has been keeping this piece of paper just to mock it every year.
While Paul was saying that this prophecy grows funny every year, he also revealed that he has been holding this piece of paper just to prove it wrong evet year because they are not parting ways yet.
Furthermore, Paul didn’t forget to slam the person who wrote this criticism about their music and said that he hopes this person was putting away his money for the future because it would be hard to be an unemployed critic.
Here is what Paul Stanley said:
“This grows funnier every year. And to the gentleman who wrote this prophecy… In 1974 I hope you were putting away your money for the future. It’s not easy being an unemployed critic.”
You can check out the post below.
This grows funnier every year. And to the gentleman who wrote this "prophecy"… In 1974 I hope YOU were putting away YOUR money for the future. It's not easy being an unemployed critic. https://t.co/EEdk05z8Zz pic.twitter.com/RJNabluisM
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) May 27, 2021