The founder of Mammoth WVH, Wolfgang Van Halen, recently responded to a fan’s tweet through his Twitter account and called out to his fans saying that they shouldn’t support any impostors trying to make money off of his back.
As you may recall, Wolf released his debut solo track ‘Distance‘ on November 16, 2020, as a tribute to his father, the guitar legend and cancer warrior Eddie Van Halen, who had passed away a month earlier. The song debuted at No. 1 on its debut week and following that, Wolf started working even harder on his solo career. Some months ago, he announced that his debut solo album will be released on June 11, 2021.
He has released three singles until now, namely; ‘You’re To Blame,’ ‘Think It Over,’ and ‘Don’t Back Down.’ With his recent tweet, he announced that the next single ‘Feel‘ will be released tomorrow, on April 23. Mammoth WVH’s debut self-titled album is now available for pre-order and it seems like some have attempted to use his name to earn money.
As you may know, Wolf had announced that fans can also order a signed vinyl or CD. Well, some impostors apparently ordered some and then auctioned them online. After a fan brought this to Wolf’s attention on Twitter, Wolf asked his fans not to support ‘this scalping crap’ and instead come to his show so that he can sign their copy in person.
Here’s what Wolf said to the fan who tagged him at the tweet about the auctioned signed Vinyl:
“Noooooo please don’t support this scalping crap. Bring something to a show in the future and I’ll sign it for ya.”
This is what he said about his upcoming single:
You can check out Wolf’s tweets below.
Noooooo please don’t support this scalping crap. Bring something to a show in the future and I’ll sign it for ya
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) April 11, 2021
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) April 22, 2021