Van Halen‘s iconic frontman David Lee Roth amazed his followers after a short break by sharing another piece of his artwork series, this time depicting a ‘fan dancer‘ and mentioned the different reactions of the audience.

As you might remember, Van Halen’s lead singer David Lee Roth often takes his Twitter account to share the pieces of his artwork series with the fans, particularly during the self-quarantine days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. David has been sharing his illustrations with his fans and followers which portrayed different stories from his imagination.

Furthermore, previously, David announced that he wanted to be called ‘El Roth’ after sharing another piece of his artwork on Twitter. However, shortly after his announcement, he started to use his full name again as his signature on the following artworks.

After being silent on social media for a short while, David Lee Roth posted the picture of his new illustration on his official Twitter account. His latest illustration presented the drawing of a female fan dancer surrounded by the audience. Fan dance, traditionally performed by women, can be described as a form of musical interpretation that includes an erotic dance performance with the use of two or more large fans.

In his latest work, David mentioned the different perspectives of the audience. According to him, a part of the audience was condemning the fan dancer, while others objecting to the fan. Although Roth’s message wasn’t completely explicit, his fans and followers on Twitter loved his new drawing and the criticism cleverly hidden within the illustration.

Here’s what David Lee Roth wrote on his recent illustration:

“The Soggy Bottom

Soggy politics 101

There are those who condemn the fan dancer...

And there are those who object to the fan!”

You can see the tweet David Lee Roth posted on Twitter below.