The legendary frontman of Van Halen, David Lee Roth displayed a new piece of his illustration series on Twitter to draw attention to the COVID-19 pandemic, yet his reference to Disney cartoon characters was interpreted differently by the fans.

Besides his praiseworthy music career, David Lee Roth has been working on his artwork and already proved his skills as an illustrator. David often takes his Twitter account to share the pieces of his artwork series with the fans which portrayed different stories from his imagination, particularly during the self-quarantine days due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Recently, David Lee Roth posted the picture of his new illustration on his official Twitter account. His latest illustration presented an angry version of Disney’s famous cartoon character Donald Duck. In his new artwork, Roth mentioned the world’s ongoing struggle with the coronavirus pandemic and claimed it was ‘time to man up.’

Although his message within the illustration was quite mysterious, Van Halen fans loved David’s latest work and stated it had become a fun ritual to try finding the hidden meanings within the talented musician’s artwork.

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


Disney to COVID;

Time to man up

Ain’t no mouse here!

Mickey roars!

Making movies!

Production power!!”

You can see the photo David Lee Roth posted on his Twitter account below.