Corabi Thru With Motley Crue
He feels he's done everything he can to keep their friendship – and reveals the last straw came when drummer Tommy Lee blanked his son.
He's also offered a new account of how he came to leave the band, saying he'd felt out of place and unsupported for years before he paved the way for Vince Neil's return.
Corabi tells The Great Southern Brainfart: "I hung out with those guys every day for five years – and I haven't seen them more than five times in the last 15 years. That bothered me more than anything. I thought those guys were my friends and that's what I miss. I was more bummed out over the loss of our brotherhood than anything.
"Those guys are just the kind of people that will embrace you when you're in their circle. They've had so many buzzards and vultures picking at their bones that when they see me calling them, I bet they immediately think, 'What does he want?'"
The singer says he concluded there was no relationship to save when his son's band signed a record deal. more on this story
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