Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx, who has been using his Twitter page actively during coronavirus lockdown, has recently added a new tweet to his Twitter to talk about the documentary of Chris Holmes, “Mean Man: The Story of Chris Holmes.”
“Mean Man: The Story of Chris Holmes,” which was directed by Antoine De Montremy and Laurent Hart, presents the life of the American heavy metal guitarist and frontman Chris Holmes, known for his great works with W.A.S.P.
Lately, Nikki Sixx was one of those who watched the documentary and shared a piece of words about that. He updated his official Twitter to reveal what he loves about him.
According to Nikki Sixx, Chris Holmes is one of the most honest peoples he ever knew.
“Watching #MeanMan about Chris Holmes,” Nikki Sixx tweeted. “I’ve known Chris 40years and what I love about him is what most people don’t like and that’s that he “Doesn’t Give A Fück”. Hard to compete with that kinda honesty.”
Under the tweet of Nikki Sixx, his followers shared opinions on Chris Holmes.
“Very underrated and talented guitarist, who deserved much more recognition,” a fan named Alla tweeted. “So pity WASP, for their beautiful, powerful and deep music didn’t get in the 80s at least a half of fame and success that Motley Crue had.”
Later, another fan praised him, saying, “Very true. A lot of people only say that they’re honest, but Chris lives that creed 24/7. Takes giant brass balls to live that way and never apologize for it.”
You can find the tweets below.
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