August 13, 2022

Hanoi Rocks guitarist Andy McCoy says he’s by no means obtained an apology from Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, whose notorious 1984 automotive crash resulted within the dying of the band’s drummer, Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley.

Neil was driving his automotive when he and Dingley went on a liquor run in Redondo Seaside, California, in December 1984. On the best way again, the Mötley Crüe vocalist crashed into one other automobile, killing Dingley and leaving each occupants of the opposite automotive with mind injury. Neil, who had a .17 blood-alcohol stage, ended up spending 15 days in jail for the incident and was ordered to pay $2.6 million to the victims of the crash.

McCoy, who set out that evening with Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee to seek out Neil and Dingley after they didn’t return in a well timed method, tells Artists on Report Starring ADIKA Reside! that Neil has but to apologize for the tragedy.

“[I’ve] by no means even acquired as a lot as an apology from that motherfucker,” exclaimed McCoy. “You already know who I’m speaking about. I’m not gonna give any names. Why would I give him fame? Fuck him!”

He added, “Each time I see him, he runs away. As a result of he is aware of what I’d do. However that’s our enterprise.”

Hanoi Rocks, who hail from Finland, had been on their first US tour on the time of the crash. They ended up breaking apart upon Dingley’s passing, however re-formed in 2001 and remained energetic till 2009.

In one other latest interview, McCoy criticized Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx whereas showing on the YouTube sequence Waste Some Time with Jason Inexperienced. Previously, Sixx has shared a narrative of being crushed with a baseball bat by a drug seller throughout an overdose in London.

“He’s mendacity. I used to play baseball as a child. If I beat somebody up with a baseball bat who’s unconscious, you suppose he’d reside? Hell no. Hell no, bro,” mentioned McCoy. “He was not crushed. He was slapped round to be woken, as a result of he overdosed. And I advised him, ‘Watch out. That is robust shit.’ I warned him. And he wished to be powerful. And that’s the sort of stuff you don’t wanna be powerful with.”

McCoy is selling his new solo album, Jukebox Junkie, which arrives on August fifth. Mötley Crüe, in the meantime, are on a break from their “Stadium Tour” with co-headliners Def Leppard. The following leg picks up August fifth in Boston, and runs by means of a September ninth present in Las Vegas, with tickets out there right here.

Watch Andy McCoy’s two latest video interviews beneath.

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