Tommy Lee Roasts Man Complaining About Motley Crue Concert Nudity??? 

To paraphrase a popular ad campaign: When you go to a Motley Crue concert, you see boobs. It's what you do.



But Juan Alvarez didn't get the memo. He went to their San Francisco show and was SHOCKED to see not only breasts, but male genitalia on the Jumbotron. And he plans on filing a POLICE REPORT over it.



He told a local TV station, quote, "Minors and everyone was forced to see people nude on the big screen and everyone was doing it around us, too. It was like Sodom and Gomorrah, it was crazy.



"Obviously it's against the law to expose yourself in front of kids or anybody, especially in front of 30,000 people."




Well, Tommy Lee has an answer. He Tweeted, quote, "Complaining about seeing [breasts] at a Motley Crue concert is like complaining about seeing cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory."



But he wasn't finished. He posted a video of Juan's interview, and spoke over it, saying, quote, "Yo Juan, I got a question for you . . . 'What do you expect to see at a Motley Crue concert, dude?' We've been doing this for [effing] ever.  Jesus Christ, you [effing wussy]."



And in the caption he said, quote, "The world is too soft! Been doing this [stuff] for years Juan! Motley Crue concerts aren't PG and never have been!!!! Grow the [eff] up!"



(WARNING: This clip contains profanity.)



(I'm sorry, Juan, but Motley Crue has been Motley Crue-ing it for almost 40 YEARS. If you still don't know what you're gonna get at one of their shows, that's NOT their fault.)


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Poison Drummer Rikki Rockett Says the Stadium Tour with Motley Crue, and Def Leppard Proved Rock Isn't Dead 



 There's been a lot of talk over the past few years that rock is dead. But then Def LeppardMotley CruePoison, and Joan Jett pretty much lit up the summer on their Stadium Tour.



And Poison drummer Rikki Rockett would like you to RECOGNIZE. In a Facebook post, he said, quote, "I think we proved that Rock 'N' Roll is not dead. Neither is our brand of Rock 'N' Roll! . . .



"We moved souls this summer. I know it. I saw it in the fans eyes. Not the critics. I could not give two [craps] about you critics. Baste in your sour cream sauce of hate.



"Nuthin' But a Good Time? Damn right! I love you all! Till next time, remember: Seeing is believing, but feeling is the truth!"

Screening Of "Waiting For Lightning" - After Party

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