Tommy Lee has spoken out about his recent nude photo leak, revealing that he was ‘on a bender’ when it happened.
Unless you’ve spent the last few weeks hiding under a massive rock, you’ll know that the Motley Crue drummer went viral earlier this month after posting a very explicit full-frontal photo on his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
The picture was removed from Instagram after at least five hours, but still remains live on the 59-year-old’s Twitter page.
The musician was on stage at the band’s recent gig in San Antonio, Texas, on Sunday night when he lifted the lid on breaking the internet.
‘A couple of weeks ago, we had a two-week break off the tour, and I went on a motherf**king bender, bro,’ he told the screaming crowd in a clip which has since been shared online.
‘I got f**king sideways as f**k and got naked and posted pictures of my d**k.’
‘Usually, I mean I’m a t***y man, so I like to see t*****s, but tonight is equal-opportunity night.’
In true Tommy Lee style, he enthused: ‘Tonight, I wanna see everyone’s d**k.
‘C’mon, boys, pull your s**t out. Pull your f**king junk out. Let’s go.’
Encouraging one audience member to ‘show the whole world that motherf**king hot dog…’ he was met with opposition from the man in question’s wife.
‘The wife says no? Divorce,’ he jokingly added before moving on.
The drummer sent fans into a tailspin earlier this month when he popped up on social media, totally out of the blue, and unleashed his nude on the internet.
It showed a naked Tommy sitting at the side of what appeared to be a pool, with a selection of his tattoos on show – as well as many other parts of his body.
The caption on Instagram read: ‘Ooooopppsss,’ before it was removed from the platform hours later – while it still remains visible on his Twitter profile.
Not content with making us all spit out our afternoon tea and biscuits, he later reposted the same image which had been made into artform.
Well, why not?
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