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  1. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    well, I dont care because I don't think Im going to see them again
  2. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    It's always better to see an icon like Slash in a small venue, I think Im done with the stadiums, IDK lol
  3. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    It's been so long since I last watched those things I do regret though not having gone to see Slash in my country
  4. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    On her Instagram account but I can't link it here because mods will remove it ;/ Interview: Guns N' Roses Raise Hell In The City Of Angels
  5. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Axl has literally dozens of Twitter posts dissing Trump.... I'd say Axl is much more vehement in his rage against Trump than Duff is
  6. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Who knows which was the dynamic of those "friendships" or the relationship she had with her mom's boyfriend... People around the band would have not betrayed Axl. The men probably didn't give a fuck about the "psycho" girl and the women were probably competing against each other to be with him. It's hard for me to picture any kind of solidarity in that circle. If one thing is clear to me, and this is not meant to doubt Michelle's story in its wholeness, is that she had a perception of those guys that was different from the one they had of her. By this I mean that she had feelings for Axl and expected things from him that he wasn't willing to give to her. When you read Axl's version of this story (and many other stories involving girls) it is always told from the mockery and the disdain. Not one ounce of love there, for any of them. I know... but I've seen picture of Michelle's mom and her and it looks to me that her mom wasn't much older than her I dont think its weird. Actually, I think it is more common NOT to get involved than getting involved. Especially when it is not your child.
  7. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Yeah, but I'm not sure what's your point, about someone should have seen him?
  8. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Do you think there is a chance that Axl lied to Michelle about him going to Indiana? Maybe just for the sake of missing her out of sight?
  9. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Duff was not the perpetrator but Michelle says that he was the one who went begging her mom to drop the charges That makes him guilty by association, he tried to cover up Axl & Slash asses, so that's another crime in its own . It seems that Axl was the instigator of the gang rape, the one who threw her out naked, the one who impregnated her and was the most cruel to her. Surely the other people that participated have their share of responsability, but Michelle identifies Axl as the main person who hurt her. We don't know what she did regarding those other men... At least, I'm not informed, so I won't pass judgement on that and assume stuff about her. And I don't think it makes zero sense attacking Duff now. Because she is in this fan forum to tell her story where she directly accuses Axl of rape... so how is she not addressing the main guy in question? On the other hand Duff goes around acting like his band never abused a person, like they never wrote mysoginist lyrics and has the nerve to talk about Trump, as if he didn't had the same kind of dude in his own band.... Duff should shut the fuck up, for all I care.
  10. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    The return of GN'R to the big scene made a lot of people from the past to come out and talk about them. I don't know if you were around in 2015-2016 but I remember Marc Canter and the stripper girls talking for a documentary by UPROXX, Alan Niven in radio interviews, Doug Goldstein too, Vicky Hamilton with her book, Michelle Young attending shows, Erin Everly with her Instagram posts, Meegan Hodges back again with Slash.... I mean, it certainly was a moment of memories for all of them, not just the band. Like Michelle said before, it angered her to see her story in those books painting her as a crazy partying girl. And the cherry of the pie was hearing Duff trying to rewrite history about who they were and how they treated women. I don't know if today it would be so easy for her to get money from a lawsuit. The time that has passed is against her case and the witnesses she had will never testify against Axl. All that she got now is to make her story known and its up to us, individually, to either believe her or not. Have you ever heard about bad parenting? I don't want to disrespect Michelle's mother but maybe she didn't know better at the time and it wouldn't be the first time a young girl is given too much freedom. If you take a look at the personal history of most of the girls who hung with GN'R, they are pretty similar to the band members themselves. Girls coming from either broken homes or repressive environments, having unprotected sex resulting in unwanted pregnancies and subsequent abortions or miscarriages.... I mean, I wouldn't expect any of them to be from a much different background than the musicians. Duff gets attacked for being a hypocritical fuck... How is that so hard to understand? Neither Slash nor Axl have spoke with such hypocrisy about the #metoo movement like Duff did, but I'm sure if they were going to pose about that, they'd get a backlash as well.
  11. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    I didn't say the band had an uncertain future. I said it was impossible for her to guess the impact of the band in the following years after the release of AFD, so your theory of her pursuing the "millions" does not apply. Also, she said she was sought after by other members of the band to find out what happened, going desperate when she told them. She particularly mentioned Duff going to her house to ask her mom to drop the charges. As the vulnerable teenager that she was, wouldn't you feel coerced and scared of moving further with the whole thing? She considered the band her "family", which doesn't mean they had the same feelings for her, but as any other teenager infatuated with older guys and their hedonistic lifestyle, it's not hard to figure out why she'd "sacrifice" herself for them. Add to it that she was probably a girl with low self-esteem, seeking for attention of older men, validation from people she looked up to. A combo of this with the typical adolescent insecurities, plus the shock of being abused by someone she was in love with, can lead anyone and especially a young girl, to want it over ASAP.
  12. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    After signing with Geffen it took them 2 years to release AFD and AFD took a year to become a commercial success. If Michelle's incident happened before them signing a record deal, then it is safe to say that she couldn't possibly know the dimension of the band's success in the near future, unless she was a fortune teller Not only that.... if she was after the money (as some people here assume), then why didn't she join Erin & Stephanie lawsuits? There were many more chances of her getting money back then than there would be now
  13. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    Depends on who knows you and who doesn't. I dont know you so this is a 50-50 chance for me.
  14. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    You can assume whatever you want but Michelle already stated why she didn't want to testify against him.
  15. Raz Cue - An Open Letter To Duff McKagan

    There were hangers but the band were not rich neither millionaires prior to getting a record deal and not even right after they got it. AFD took a long time to take off. I dont think he ever felt guilty for assaulting women. Not then. Dont know later or now. Those words are being said by someone who realised his sexual practices could lead to rape accusations, so he was cautious about it for a while. Only for a while, because later he kept doing it to other women and his own wife.
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