KISS star and also the co-founder of the band, Paul Stanley, made a recent Twitter conversation on his verified account and had a beef with a fan who accused him of not singing KISS songs.

According to the official statement of the album, Paul Stanley’s ‘Soul Station’ is the KISS legend’s latest project that he pays his tribute to the influences of his younghood and sang with a set of seasoned musicians to record a set of classic Motown covers & five original songs on Now And Then.

While the album is already ranked seventh in charts in Amazon, one of Paul’s followers criticized Paul for not singing KISS songs and recording with Motown Records at the same time. Paul called the follower ‘idiot’ and claimed that he’s afraid to show his face to the world.

Here is what Paul Stanley wrote to announce the release date:

“Now And Then will be released March 5 on UMe & is available for pre-order NOW at PaulStanley.lnk.”

A follower of Paul wrote this as a response:

“Can’t sing your own Kiss songs and your gonna tackle Motown?

This will be comedic gold.

Paul Stanley harshly responded back:

“Normally, I Don’t single out losers but YOU who are afraid to show your face or name clearly have no friends, no girlfriend & nothing better to do than post stupid replies daily.

Does mom know? What have you done or accomplished other than successfully being an idiot? Now fuck off.”

You can check out all of these tweets right below.