Former Skid Row lead singer Sebastian Bach shared a post on his official Twitter page reacting to a fan who claimed that his ego kicked in when he said his former band wasted all of its potential. In return, Bach mocked Skid Row and asked the fan which frontman he’s referring to.

As many of you might know, Sebastian Bach was Skid Row’s frontman from early 1987 to 1996. While the band achieved commercial success during this period, the singer decided to leave Skid Row due to personal differences among the band members, especially over the opportunity to open for KISS.

A rock social media account recently asked people to name the ultimate band that blew all its chances. Sebastian Bach shared the post on his official Twitter account, and the answer was unexpected. The musician said it must be his former band Skid Row since they started pretty strong in their music career but haven’t met the expectations of their fans since then.

The question follows:

“What band blew all of their potentials?”

In his tweet, Bach replied:

Skid Row.

Because it sounded like the musician was holding a grudge against his former band, a fan replied that Bach’s ego was too big for the band. Since Sebastian Bach is not known for holding himself back when seeing such statements, his response was expected but shocking.

Since Skid Row has a reputation for going through several line-up changes over the years, especially with their lead singer, which damaged their image, Bach made fun of the band’s inconsistency. The rocker asked the fan to name the lead vocalist he was referring to, and implied that the problem was rooted in the band.

That fan shared this tweet:

Someone’s ego was too big for the band.”

Former Skid Row singer responded:

“Would that someone be number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7?”

You can see the Twitter post down below.