Mötley Crüe rumoured to be offered $150 million tour but with conditions for Vince Neil and Tommy Lee
They said that they would never tour again as Mötley Crüe. They reportedly signed a contract that prohibited them from ever touring again as Mötley Crüe once their All Bad Things Must Come To An End Tour ended.
And for almost four years, that seemed to be the case but now rumours are ramping up that Mötley Crüe consisting of bassist Nikki Sixx, lead vocalist Vince Neil, drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars are being offered big money to do exactly what they stated that they wouldn’t do again.
Radar Online reported in part earlier today:
“According to sources, the ’80s hair band is set to cash in with a $150 million Live Nation tour — if heavyweight front man Neil drops 40 pounds and gets treatment.
But insiders say the 58-year-old singer was infuriated by the promoters’ slim-down demands — and insisted boozehound Lee needs is the one that needs to clean up his act! And that’s not sitting well with Lee.
“Tommy is furious!” said a source close to the 57-year-old ex of Pam Anderson and Heather Locklear . “He won’t do it! He doesn’t think he has a drinking problem — but everybody else does!” the insider confessed.”
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