The former frontman was set to play the inauguration on January 20
Mötley Crüe‘s Vince Neil has reportedly been “uninvited” to perform at Trump’s inauguration.
It was previously announced that the former frontman was set to play the event on January 20 but he has since been told he will no longer be playing.
In a clip on TMZ, Neil says that he had been asked to perform at the event months ago, regardless of who won the election, and was told later that he would no longer be playing. “I guess there’s more politics in bands playing than I really thought there was,” Neil says in the video. He ends by saying, “I don’t know who’s playing Trump’s party, but god bless them.” It is unconfirmed who will be performing at the inauguration.
The rapper, who himself is a favourite to become the next President in 2020, was performing in San Jose when he made the shock announcement. “I told y’all I didn’t vote, right?” he said to the crowd. “But if I would have voted, I would have voted for Trump.”
Kanye went on to launch several speeches on the subject throughout the evening, claiming that he “loved” Trump’s debate style and liked how he forced racists to “reveal themselves.” He also predicted that this is just “the beginning”.
“It’s pretty amazing, I’ve known him my entire life and he’s always been incredibly supportive of me. So I’m very proud to have that on my book,” she said on Australian TV show The Project.
Asked if she had voted for him over Hillary Clinton, the Simple Life star said: “I’ve known him since I was a little girl, so yes.”