Bret Michaels Explains Feud With Motley Crue

05/20/2011
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(Rock News Desk) Bret Michaels says the source of disagreement between his band Poison and Motley Crue was when Nikki Sixx "rebranded" his outfit.

The former motorcycle buddies have been involved in a war of words recently. Michaels said bassist Sixx had apologised for previous episodes of Crue badmouthing the singer's band. But Sixx then stated: "That isn't what i said. What I did say was 'I personally never had anything against you guys as a people, but Motley just sorta though you sucked as band. But let's give the fans what they want and go out and have a good time.'"

Now Michaels says the argument arose when Crue parted company with singer Vince Neil and replaced him with John Corabi, leading to the release of an album which wasn't as well received as their previous material. Read what he had to say here

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