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Phil Soussan apologizes to Nikki Sixx after criticizing Mötley Crue: “Totally my mistake”

Phil Soussan has apologized to Nikki Sixx after criticizing Mötley Crue’s recent performance in Las Vegas.

Mötley Crue concluded their 2022 North American “Stadium Tour” at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on September 9. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Poison and Def Leppard opened for the group at these concerts.

Soussan – who previously played bass with Ozzy Osbourne and is currently performing on Last In Line – was among those present at the last concert in Sin City. Later, the musician shared a message and a series of images from the show on social networks.

“I went to see these boys yesterday at center second tier #allegiantstadium it was great!” Started by Soussan (via Blabbermouth).

“#poison was just a good time – Bret [Michaels, frontman] and CC [DeVille, guitarrista] they were great #defleppard of course we are amazing and pristine!”

Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx later responded to the tip on Instagram, writing “Thank you Phil” alongside a middle finger emoji.

Soussan has since deleted the quote about Mötley Crüe and issued a personal apology to Sixx. In a new interview with Adika Live, he explained: “It was a great show. It was good. Where I was, the sound wasn’t that great.

“It was actually right at the beginning, but the sound was … either [por] where were you sitting or [tenían un] bad sound man I said something about it without meaning, without thinking about it, really stupid, and I think I might have offended Nikki.”

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Soussan continued: “So I wrote to him. I said, ‘Man, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it.’ [esperaba] that it was better [de lo que fue].

“I always wanted to go around this world trying to say something positive, contribute something positive… You have to say something nice about things. And sometimes you don’t think and you say something without thinking. And mea culpa; I have to accept those things. My fault – completely my fault.”

He added: “It’s one of those nonsenses. You say a thousand good things and nobody remembers them; you say one bad thing and everybody keeps commenting [sobre ella]“.

Last month, Nikki Sixx revealed that Mötley Crue were planning a massive series of concerts in Europe, Asia and South America.

Meanwhile, Tommy Lee has responded to criticism he received for asking concertgoers to expose themselves during a recent performance on the North American leg of “The Stadium Tour.”

“The world is too soft!” he wrote. “He’s been doing this shit for years! Mötley Crüe shows are not PG and never have been! Grow the fuck up.”

The drummer was responding to a fan who told ABC7 he planned to file a police complaint for indecent exposure after a “traumatic” experience in the crowd at a concert in San Francisco.

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