Motley Crue were recently blasted by Hanoi Rocks and former singer John Corabi, though Corabi also made positive remarks. Hanoi Rocks drummer’s comments about Vince Neil never apologizing for killing his bandmate in a drunk driving accident, and calling Motley Crue ‘ripoffs’ for their 2022 tour, appeared to be the real target of his ire.
Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil’s drunk-driving deadly car crash had grabbed some headlines. It happened when he smashed his car into another vehicle in Redondo Beach, California, killing Hanoi Rocks Razzle and seriously injuring two other occupants. Andy McCoy recently lambasted Motley Crue over their account of Hanoi drummer Nicholas “Razzle” Dingley’s death. He had blasted Nikki Sixx as well. Sixx had also fired back without mentioning his critics.
Andy McCoy has once again slammed Sixx over his account of his heroin overdose, as published in Crue’s best-selling band autobiography, “The Dirt: Confessions Of The World’s Most Notorious Rock Band” and “The Dirt” biopic.
Andy McCoy slams Nikki Sixx
McCoy discussed his relationship with Nikki in a new interview with IndiePower. McCoy said: “I’m not a farm boy like Nikki Sixx; I’m from the inner city. And I can’t stand bullshit — like his books; [they’re] full of lies. I saved the guy’s life,” he added, apparently touching upon a time when he supposedly revived Sixx after a heroin overdose. “And he makes up stories.”
He referred to another one of Sixx’s tales — of supposedly getting pummeled with a baseball bat on the floor of a London dealer’s flat after another overdose — Andy said: “I mean, I used to play baseball. You think someone would survive if I [hit] him with a baseball bat? Hell no! Hell no, man.”
Circling back to the time when he “saved” Nikki’s life, Andy said: “I f***ing got him revived, got his heart beating again. And the thank you I’ve gotten has been ‘de nada’. I mean, de nada,” he reiterated, using the Spanish phrase for “it’s nothing.” “And that makes him a second-class citizen in my eyes. ‘Cause he only thinks about the buck.”