Soundgarden’s late frontman Chris Cornell’s widow, Vicky Cornell, responded to the allegations from the living Soundgarden members on Instagram and accused them of attacking Chris’ legacy.
According to Rolling Stone, Soundgarden members sue to Vicky Cornell due to using the charity money raised from the tribute concert to Chris Cornell, ‘I Am The Highway,’ for personal purposes. Click here for the source.
After learning this, Vicky Cornell used Instagram Stories to respond to these allegations and stated that they are attacking and harming the legacy of her husband and the foundation with these false accusations.
Here is what Vicky Cornell said:
“When you attack the foundation you attack my husband’s legacy. The foundation has nothing to do with the issue of who owns Chris’s vocal recordings.
Their knowingly false allegations are a deliberate attempt to harm not just my credibility but the foundation of my husband and I created and everything we stand for…”
“I had to be there, his children and his family had to be there, at the event I organized and made happen in honor and in tribute to the greatest husband and father, in honor of his legacy, his music, and philanthropy.”
You can check out the post below.