Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ bassist Flea shared a post on his official Twitter page reposting a quotation from the official Twitter page of the Frank Zappa movie in addition to praising the late star by addressing his versatility and kindness.

As many of you may know, Frank Zappa has a career spanning more than 30 years in which he managed to become one of the most innovative and stylistically diverse rock musicians of his era. His music is often linked to nonconformity improvisation and sound experiments which contributed to Zappa’s uniqueness.

Due to the fact that his life story has always been authentic, recently a biographical movie titled ‘Zappa’ was released, which revealed an in-depth look into the personal life and musical work of iconic Frank Zappa.

The official Twitter page of the movie shared a quotation from Frank Zappa about music and bassist Flea reposted Zappa’s iconic line on his official Twitter page as well. In addition to this, Flea also stressed Zappa’s elaborate and complex music as well as his personality.

Here is what the Zappa movie page said:

“‘When rhythm and blues came along and I heard examples of blues guitar playing, I thought it was something I really wanted to do. So I just taught myself how to do it… I was hell on wheels.’ — Frank Zappa
Here is what Flea stated about the late icon:
“What a wildly complicated and beautiful man he was.”
You can see the Twitter post below.