Photos: Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Just Got Two Face Tattoos

Motley Crue‘s Tommy Lee is covered in tattoos and now he’s got a couple more, having recently had the left and right sides of his head inked.

The drummer posted three photos in an Instagram slideshow, first showing a set of dots curling around his eyebrow, scaling up in size from the bridge of his nose to the outside of the brow. From there, Lee added to pre-existing star outlines with smaller, blacked-out stars continuing the arc, which is capped off on the left temple with an upside down bass clef that dovetails into a treble clef to form the shape of a heart.

On the right side of Lee’s face, Japanese characters descend from his temple down to the rear jaw line.

Lee’s bandmate, Motley Crue founder and bassist Nikki Sixx, commented, “Looks awesome. I need a tune up with some of my ink too. Great.” Rob Zombie guitarist John 5 added, “That’s so cool. I love it,” in a pair of comments.

Swipe through the three photos directly below.

This year was supposed to be the return of Motley Crue, who announced last year that they would be breaking their cessation of touring agreement (they quite literally blew the thing up) for a reunion run. The band credited the overwhelming success of their Netflix biopic The Dirt, which adopted the name of Crue’s infamous tell-all book, for spurring the reunion as there is a new legion of fans to play for.

The coronavirus pandemic forced the tour, which also features Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, to be postponed until 2021. No new dates have been announced yet, but Motley Crue vowed that rescheduled stops were in the works.

While Crue remained sidelined, Lee has still been busy, placing a focus on his solo career as he’s set to release a rap album, Andro, on Oct. 16. The drummer released two new singles — “Knock Me Down” and “Tops” — which features guest vocalists. Head here to listen and to get more information on Lee’s solo record.

Additionally, Lee was featured on the collaborate track between rap artists Post Malone and Yaweh. The song, “Tommy Lee,” is even named after the drummer.

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See Tommy Lee’s Two Big New Face Tattoos

Tommy Lee has added to his body art. The Motley Crue drummer took to Instagram to reveal two new face tattoos.

In the larger of the pieces, two Japanese characters adorn Lee’s right cheek. The other tattoo addition appears on the left side of the rocker’s face, around his temple. Lee already had some stars inked in that location, but has now added smaller stars, fading dots above his eyebrow and a bass and treble clef intertwined to make a heart.

See pictures of Lee’s new tattoos in the Instagram post below.

Lee’s new artwork has already won the praise of many of his celebrity friends. Rob Zombie guitarist John 5 said the tattoos looked “So cool. I love it,” while model Paris Jackson (daughter of Michael) wrote, “I got the same treble clef heart tattoo on my neck. Twinning.” Meanwhile, Crue bandmate Nikki Sixx commented “Looks awesome. I need a tune up with some of my ink too. Great.”

Many of Lee’s Instagram fans theorized that the drummer’s newest face tattoos could be the result of spending time with Post Malone. The two collaborated on the song “Over Now,” featured on the hip-hop artist’s 2018 album Beerbongs & Bentleys. More recently, Malone, who is infamous for his face tattoos, released a new track alongside rapper Tyla Yaweh called “Tommy Lee.” The Motley Crue drummer has reportedly contributed to a remix of that namesake tune, which is due out soon.

Body art aside, Lee has been extremely busy of late. The drummer recently released two new solo songs: “Knock Me Down,” featuring the band Killvein, and “Tops,” featuring South African rapper Push Push. Both tracks will appear on Andro, Lee’s solo LP due out in October. The album will also feature a “dark and sexy” cover of Prince‘s “When You Were Mine.”

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Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Credits Ozzy Osbourne for Big Break

Ozzfest helped launched many a band, but long before Ozzy Osbourne started up his festival, he was helping to bring along the next generation of major rock acts. In a new interview with Apple Music, Motley Crue‘s Tommy Lee credits Osbourne for giving the legendary rockers their big break.

“He took us on tour. We were just starting to make some noise, but nothing like [what happened with Osbourne],” recalled Lee to host Travis Mills. “He gave us an opportunity to play in front or 15,000 people in arenas every single night and that just translated into … the band just blew up after that.”

He continues, “If it wasn’t for Ozzy giving us that opportunity to play in front of that many eyeballs every night, we may not be sitting here right now having this conversation. That’s how crazy it is.”

Motley Crue ended up as the opening act on Ozzy Osbourne’s 1984 Bark at the Moon tour. This came as the band was supporting their 1983 album, Shout at the Devil, which proved to be their breakout. The album cycle saw them starting to receive radio airplay for the title track and “Looks That Kill.” The record would climb to No. 17 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and would go on to be certified four-times platinum in the U.S.

Listen to Tommy Lee speaking with Apple Music’s Travis Mills here.

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Tommy Lee Promises ‘Dark and Sexy’ Cover of a Classic Prince Song

Tommy Lee‘s upcoming album Andro has a cover of Prince‘s “When You Were Mine,” which features vocals by Lukas Rossi.

Speaking about the album to Australia’s Studio 10, the Motley Crue drummer spoke of his love or Prince. “I, forever, have been a Prince fan; I’ve had the opportunity to meet him. I’ve been a fan of his forever, and this was a really cool opportunity, with my buddy Lukas Rossi to redo a Prince song. But I took a really kind of a happy, boppy — I mean, the tempo of ‘When You Were Mine’ is really fast, really uptempo. We slowed it down and made it super dark and sexy, and it is a monster. I can’t wait for you guys to hear that one.”

Lee and Rossi met on Rock Star: Supernova, the reality competition series that aired in 2006, with Lee, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted and former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke searching for a lead singer. Rossi was crowned the winner, and they released an album later that year.

Arriving Oct. 16, Andro will be Lee’s first proper solo release since 2005’s Tommyland: The Ride, with subsequent projects coming from through his rap-rock outfit Methods of Mayhem and duo effort with its DJ, Aero. To date, Lee has issued two preview tracks from Andro, “Knock Me Down” and “Tops.”

Originally released in 1980 on Prince’s third album Dirty Mind, “When You Were Mine” received further exposure when Cyndi Lauper covered it on her 1983 debut, She’s So Unusual. It was the sixth single from the record, which sold six million copies, but did not chart in the U.S.

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Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Featured in Post Malone Song ‘Tommy Lee’

Last week, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee dropped two rap songs of his own. This week, rappers Post Malone and Yaweh released a joint single titled “Tommy Lee,” on which the legendary drummer has been featured.

Lee laid down his drum parts for the single while at home in quarantine after Post Malone sent him the track with what he called “demo drums,” when talking to SiriusXM’s Debatable. “It’s killer,” he said. “It’s basically [an ode to] living that rock star life that people in hip-hop always seem to talk about.”

In recent years, the 24-year old Post Malone has curried favor with the rock and metal community. He was in a metalcore band as a teen, performed 15 Nirvana songs in a livestream benefit show, has his knuckles tattooed with portraits of rock legends, played onstage with Aerosmith at the VMAs and with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Grammys, invited Ozzy Osbourne to sing on one of his songs and later sung on one of Ozzy’s new songs… the list goes on.

This isn’t lost on Lee, who worked with Post Malone in 2018 on the Beerbongs & Bentleys hit “Over Now.” “I’ve known him for a while and that dude is a rock star, let me tell you,” commented Lee. “He’s a freaking maniac.”

As to why the Posty and Yaweh elected to name the song after the Motley Crue icon, Yaweh told NME, “Tommy Lee just doesn’t give a fuck and I love that.”

Read the lyrics to “Tommy Lee” directly below (via Genius) and listen to the song at the bottom of the page.

[Intro]
Ah, shit, I’m just workin’ in the studio
Ah, okay
You miss me?
Papa
Callin’ me “Papa”?
I want you, Papa
Aight, I’ll call you right back (XL Eagle made it)

[Chorus: Tyla Yaweh]
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You never makin’ no profit, uh (You never makin’ no profit)
I treat my hoes like a option (Yeah)
If she talkin’ and get out of pocket, ooh (Okay)
I’m livin’ life like a rockstar (Oh)
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines (Pullin’ up, stretch limousines)
To look at me, that cost a fee (Yeah)
The double C’s all on my feet
You always talkin’ about it, yeah (You always talkin’ about it)
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You say that you rappin’ in private, yeah (Woah)
But I see that you cap about it (Yeah)
Livin’ life like a rockstar
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines (Stretch limousines)
To look at me, that cost a fee (Woah)
Them double C’s all on my feet (Woah)

[Verse 1: Tyla Yaweh]
I changed my color to Nipsey blue (Nipsey blue)
Your racks, it get smaller, shit pitiful (Racks)
If you tryna get so physical (Woah)
That .45 will make you invisible (Woah)
I’m livin’ my life like a criminal (Woah)
I call this shit First 48 (Ayy)
I been quiet, there’s no one to blame, yeah (Blame)
My lawyer said we beat the case (We beat the case)
I’m livin’ my life, celebration (Woah)
I’m thankin’ the Lord, I got patience (Woah)
I’m lovin’ the way that she take it (Woah)
I bend it, I fold it, I flip it
She bringin’ it back just to prove it (Prove it)
I’m givin’ her work just to move it, yeah
I’m livin’ the life that I’m choosin’, yeah (Choosin’)
I’m gettin’ these racks, gettin’ stupid, yeah (Oh)

[Chorus: Tyla Yaweh]
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You never makin’ no profit, uh (You never makin’ no profit)
I treat my hoes like a option (Yeah)
If she talkin’ and get out of pocket, ooh (Okay)
I’m livin’ life like a rockstar (Oh)
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines (Pullin’ up, stretch limousines)
To look at me, that cost a fee (Yeah)
The double C’s all on my feet
You always talkin’ about it, yeah (You always talkin’ about it)
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You say that you rappin’ in private, yeah (Woah)
But I see that you cap about it (Yeah)
Livin’ life like a rockstar
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines (Stretch limousines)
To look at me, that cost a fee (Woah)
Them double C’s all on my feet (Woah)

[Verse 2: Post Malone]
Pull up with the drum like I’m Tommy Lee (Tommy Lee)
Yaweh got a stick, came to rock with me (Rock with me)
Milli’ on wrist, ain’t no rocks on me (Rocks on me, rocks on me)
I’m pretty as fuck, wanna copy me (Copy me, damn)
I heard you was mad ’cause I’m poppin’ as shit (Wow, wow)
I’m poppin’ the ‘pagne and I’m poppin’ that bitch (Pop, ooh, damn)
I hop out a plane and went straight to the whip (Ooh)
I know they can see, I think that’s pretty cool if you askin’ me
Bugatti, no body roll, curtains in back of the candy Rolls (Skrrt)
I love when my lawyer calls, I hate when I run out of smoke
Pull up to the party, oh, and we like to party, oh
I finish the bottle, dawg, get this bitch jumpin’, no Mario
Still shit’s so hard
Cigarettes, cough
Bathroom stalls
Please don’t save my life, oh

[Chorus: Tyla Yaweh]
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You never makin’ no profit, uh (You never makin’ no profit)
I treat my hoes like a option (Yeah)
If she talkin’ and get out of pocket, ooh (Okay)
I’m livin’ life like a rockstar (Oh)
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines
To look at me, that cost a fee (Yeah)
The double C’s all on my feet
You always talkin’ about it, yeah (You always talkin’ about it)
You always talkin’ about it (You always talkin’ about it)
You say that you rappin’ in private, yeah (Woah)
But I see that you cap about it (Yeah)
Livin’ life like a rockstar
Pullin’ up, stretch limousines (Stretch limousines)
To look at me, that cost a fee (Woah)
Them double C’s all on my feet (Woah)

[Outro: Tyla Yaweh]
Like a rockstar

Earlier this month, Lee released two new rap songs off his Andro solo record, which will be out Oct. 16. The tracks, “Knock Me Down” and “Tops,” featured the guest vocalists Killvein and Push Push, respectively. Listen to them here and get more details on the album.

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Tommy Lee Featured on New Post Malone Song, ‘Tommy Lee’

Call it a meta moment; drummer Tommy Lee, providing the beat for a new song from Post Malone, titled “Tommy Lee.”

“It’s killer,” Lee proclaimed of the track during an appearance on SiriusXM radio. “It’s basically [an ode to] living that rock star life that people in hip-hop always seem to talk about.”

Malone initially put together a demo of the song and sent it to Lee, who loved what he heard. The drummer then recorded his contribution at his home studio while in quarantine.

The duo previously collaborated on the song “Over Now,” featured on the hip-hop artist’s 2018 album Beerbongs & Bentleys.

During his SiriusXM interview, the Motley Crue drummer made it clear how much he enjoys working with Malone. “I’ve known him for a while and that dude is a rock star, let me tell you,” Lee declared. “He’s a freaking maniac.”

Malone also knows a thing or two about having a song named after him. Dutch DJ Sam Feldt scored an international dance hit in 2019 with his song titled “Post Malone.”

“Tommy Lee” is due for release June 12 and also features rapper Tyla Yaweh. In a conversation with NME, Yaweh described the song as being about “living life and spreading positive energy.” The rapper also explained that the attitude of the song’s namesake helped inspire the track. “Tommy Lee just doesn’t give a fuck and I love that.”

Lee has been remarkably busy lately, even after the coronavirus pandemic forced Motely Crue to postpone their reunion tour. The drummer recently released two new solo songs: “Knock Me Down,” featuring the band Killvein, and “Tops,” featuring South African rapper Push Push. Both tracks will appear on Andro, Lee’s solo LP due out in October.

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Tommy Lee: Motley Crue Stage Would Have Been ‘F—ing Ridiculous’

Tommy Lee said the stage production for Motley Crue’s postponed Stadium Tour would have been “fucking ridiculous.” In a conversation with Knotfest.com, the drummer dished on just how far the Crue progressed in their preparation before the coronavirus pandemic put a kibosh on their plans.

“We were just about to start [rehearsing],” Lee said. “We were gonna start at the beginning of May, rehearse everything, get the production and everything ready, all of May. … We would have been in Miami right now rehearsing in the stadium — we had locked out five days in the stadium to rehearse.”

Motley Crue are known for their huge live shows, with pyrotechnics and elaborate stage designs all par for the course. When asked about what they had planned for the Stadium Tour, Lee began to gush.

“Dude, oh, my God. I wish I could tell you. … All I can tell you is, once again, be careful what you wish for,” the drummer exclaimed. “Everybody has clearly seen we take it seriously, and what you can pull off in an arena, I think we’ve pulled off pretty much everything you could possibly ever even fucking think of. So, now we get to play with a fucking ginormous stadium that has no roof on it. … I’m just telling you right now, the production – and it’s still there, it’s just put away in a couple of giant warehouses. Dude, can I just say it’s fucking ridiculous?”

Despite admittedly being disappointed by having to postpone Motley Crue’s tour until 2021, Lee confessed he’s excited to be onstage when fans return to live concerts.

“I want to be onstage, when that day comes and it’s okay for a fucking stadium to be filled with people going fucking crazy for the first time,” he said. “Because that energy? Can you imagine? I mean, you’re seeing it now with people fucking rioting, although it’s for many different reasons, but you’ve got a lot of fucking pent-up anger, energy, and people are going fucking bananas. And I can’t wait for it to go in that other direction of excitement in, ‘Oh, my God! We’re fucking going crazy, and the music’s loud as fuck, and everything’s cool.'”

You can watch Lee’s full interview with Knotfest below.

The drummer has been exceptionally busy lately, even with the worldwide pandemic affecting his plans. Lee recently released two new songs: “Knock Me Down,” featuring nu-metal band Killvein, and “Tops,” featuring South African rapper Push Push. Both tracks will appear on Andro, Lee’s first solo album since 2005. The LP is scheduled for release in October.

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Listen to Tommy Lee’s Two New Songs

Motley Crue‘s big summer tour may have been postponed, but drummer Tommy Lee is doing his best to fill in the gap with a pair of new songs, “Knock Me Down” and “Tops.” They both appear on his upcoming solo album, Andro, which is scheduled to arrive on Oct. 16.

“Knock Me Down” was made with Killvein, a nu-metal act with four albums to its credit, the most recent being 2019’s MK Ultra. Push Push contributed to “Tops.” The South African rapper  previously worked as a stripper and doesn’t have as big a catalog as Killvein, but two of her songs, “Jut Life” and “Atom Bomb,” were used on Comedy Central’s acclaimed Broad City series.

Lee teased both songs on social media earlier this week. You can watch the videos –  directed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst – below.

Better Noise Music released a statement that said Andro would “challenge virtually everything you thought you knew about [Lee] and his musical proclivities,” noting the drummer had “finally emerged with a new set of tracks that seem to truly represent the music that he was meant to make – and that definitively reveals the depth and range of his musical fascinations.”

“It was me sitting around writing like a maniac,” Lee said. “I would just go down to the studio and tweak out – it would be like, ‘Whoa, he’s been down there for fucking days.’ But I would just be banging on the keyboard, and a sound would inspire me, or suddenly there would be this beat … and it all just followed.”

Lee noted that his collaborators wrote their own lyrics. “Everybody really brought it,” he said. “We were all just really in sync with what we were trying to accomplish.”

The album also features a cover of Prince’s “When You Were Mine,” led by Lukas Rossi. Other titles include “You Dandy,” “Caviar on a Paper Plate,” “P.R.E.T.T.Y.” with King Elle Noir, “Make This Storm” and “Demon Bitches” with Brooke Candy.

The LP is split into halves, with one set of songs led by women and the other by men. “It just made more sense that way,” Lee explained. “Good music is so rare these days that I just tried my hardest to do something that hasn’t been done yet. I really just like turning people on to new shit. You know when the waiter asks, ‘Do you have any allergies?’ I always just say, ‘Only bad music.’”

Andro marks Lee’s first truly solo record since 2005’s Tommyland: The Ride. He released the A Public Disservice Announcement LP in 2010 with his rap-rock band Methods of Mayhem and collaborated with their DJ, Aero, on 2013’s #MSND project.

Motley Crue announced earlier this week that they were postponing their tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 30-city trek is currently being rescheduled for 2021. More information, including the policy for those who want refunds, will be revealed shortly.

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Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Just Released Two Solo Rap Songs

Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is an avid rap, hip-hop and electronic music fan. His nu-metal dalliances under Methods of Mayhem alluded to this and now he’s dropped two solo rap songs — “Knock Me Down” and “Tops” — featuring guest vocalists Killvein and Push Push, respectively. Both come off Lee’s new record, Andro.

Lee has released music videos for both tracks, which were directed by Limp Bizkit‘s Fred Durst. “Knock Me Down” has industrial overtones which fit perfectly for the snarling, about-to-snap mentality Killvein invokes while “Tops” is driven by South African rapper Push Push’s unhinged, unique style over start-stop Afrobeats.

Listen to both songs further down the page.

“I heard his shit on the Internet,” Lee said of Killvein, “and I thought, this dude is badass, ‘Knock Me Down’ had his name all over it. He raps like a beast, is super-talented, and actually says something. He’s gonna blow up.”

As for Push Push, the drummer simply enthused, “She’s a total troublemaker — a maniac!”

“Working with Tommy was an incredible opportunity,” commented Push Push. “He made sure that I was in a comfortable space, free to express myself fully and without limits. The video shoot was a dream come true. I felt empowered to show all my true colors without judgement. Honestly, that team could’ve made anyone feel like a star.”

Killvein was especially excited about the collaborative opportunity. “It was great working with Tommy! It’s crazy because I grew up listening to Motley Crue so I never imagined I’d end up working with Tommy fucking Lee,” beamed Killvein.

“I was surprised he’d even heard of me but that’s all thanks to our mutual friend, Danny Lohner. Danny showed Tommy my music last year and that’s when Tommy sent me the beat. I recorded half the song in my garage in Sacramento and the other half in his studio in Calabasas. I was like a kid in a candy shop in there — he has everything. The video shoot was surreal. Getting to work with both Tommy and Fred Durst on that was a dream,” the rapper added.

Andro will be released on Oct. 16 and the artwork can be seen beneath both music videos. The album will feature additional guests — Buckcherry’s Josh Todd, Brooke Candy and Mickey Avalon — as well as a Prince cover from Rock Star Supernova’s Lukas Rossi.

Meanwhile, earlier this week, Motley Crue officially postponed their North American stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, vowing to reschedule the dates for 2021.

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Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Set to Release Two New Songs

Tommy Lee is returning with his latest solo project, announcing that two new songs will arrive this Friday, June 5.

The Motley Crue drummer teased the releases on social media, excitedly sharing the “BIG NEWS” with his fans.

Each of the new tracks feature guest artists. “Knock Me Down” includes a collaboration with Killvein, whose most recent album, MK Ultra, came out in 2019. “Tops” features South African rapper Push Push, who broke through to the American audience after her songs were featured on the Comedy Central hit series Broad City. Clips of both songs can be heard in the promotional video posted by Lee, which can be watched below.

“Knock Me Down” and “Tops” mark the first pieces of material from Lee’s upcoming album, Andro. The rocker initially teased the LP, his first solo effort in 15 years, back in September of 2019.

“Hey kids!” Lee tweeted at the time. “Finally …my new record is done and getting mastered now ….. lookin like a March release! Y’all gonna LOVE this! Been working on this for 2 years! Making sure everything is amazing for you! This is gonna be a flip! 2 sides 2 genres I’ll explain more later.”

Obviously, that initial March timeline has since been pushed back, but the new songs do seem to echo Lee’s two genres statement. Judging only by the brief clips, “Tops” appears to be more of a hip-hop club banger, while “Knock Me Down” has more of a hard rock sound.

Lee’s last solo effort was 2005’s Tommyland: The Ride. Since then he’s also released material via his Methods of Mayhem rap-rock side project, as well as a collaboration with DJ Aero. The drummer also joined his Motley Crue brethren to record four songs for their Netflix biopic The Dirt, released on the film’s official soundtrack in 2019.

Fans had been hoping to see Lee on tour this summer, drumming alongside his Crue bandmates on The Stadium Tour. That trek, which would have also featured Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett, has now been pushed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tommy Lee: People Reselling Autographs ‘Can Go F–k’ Themselves

If you were planning on sending any fan mail to Tommy Lee in hopes of getting his autograph, that option is now off the table. The Motley Crue drummer says he is done signing things because he keeps seeing them being resold on eBay, and those who do resell autographs “can go fuck” themselves.

“Just wanted to do a public post saying that I’m done doing fan mail,” he wrote in an Instagram post that features photos of his signature on various items. In an effort to combat his autograph being resold, he made sure to address the fan firsthand so that their name would be with his.

“But now people are being so shady that they are whiting out their names and reselling on eBay. “I’m done taking my precious time to have people eBay my signature,” he continued, adding the “hundreds of hours” he spent tending to the letters he’s received in the past.

“Those of you that got a signature, I hope you enjoy it & appreciate it, and those of you that are selling can go fuck yourselves! I’m done! Don’t send me anymore autograph requests!”

The majority of the comments on the post were fans expressing support for Lee’s decision, but admitting their sadness over the fact that they will now not be able to get his autograph, and didn’t even know the drummer had been answering fan mail to begin with.

“If you see me in person I’ll sign a body part,” Lee added in a comment of his own. See the post below.

Motley Crue’s Summer 2020 Stadium Tour has not been canceled as of yet. Stay tuned for further updates.

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