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Is Dave Grohl secretly using strong arm tactics to get gigs?

Russell Lee just lost his job. “Screw him and his humility!” cries Lee as he is brutally throwing drum cases into his 78’ Pinto.

Since Curt Kobain died, the entire drummer’s market has dried up.

Lee not playing his drums

Lee not playing his drums

The tale is sad “I was sitting at home staring at my bills and wondering how to pay them, when Lemmy from Motorhead called. Lemmy said “Since Curt Kobain died the entire drummer’s market has dried up.” I’ll give you a million dollars to be my drummer.”

Lee says he hopped in to his Pinto and had some friends help him push-start the car. “I get to the studio and Lemmy is writing out a check to me and as he’s about to sign it, in walks Dave Grohl with two of the toughest looking pro Mexican wrestlers. Masks and all.”

Smacking on his gum Grohl, says “Hey Lem. Lets talk over here for a second buddy.”

They were talking in hushed tones when I saw Grohl SLAP LEMMY!

“Look Lem, now I’m gonna play these drums, or Motorhead will be looking for a new bass player. One with all his fingers!” Then he turned and sat behind the drums.

Lemmy Kilmister singer and bassist for the heavy metal band Motorhead

Lemmy Kilmister singer and bassist for the heavy metal band Motorhead

Lemmy crawled over to me and said “Brother, I am so sorry. Grohls strong arm tactics are making it hell on all of us. We use him as a drummer or we don’t play.

Twisted Sister drummer A.J. Pero passed away last Friday (March 20). “It wasn’t heart failure. Unless you call removing his heart and leaving it stuck on the end of his high hat stand a heart problem”

Russell Lee now lives in a box outside of the local Jack In The Box. He hasn’t had a gig in years.

This makes this reporter wonder if Grohl’s good guy of rock persona is just that. Is there something sinister behind his humble demeanor?

Lemmy Kilmister refused to talk to grohl magazine
*** RIP A.J. Pero of Twisted Sister. No disrespect intended. In death as in life you are still entertaining us. Thank you for all your work.

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