Axl Rose's fan attack

Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose launched a stream of foul-mouthed abuse at fans during an internet discussion

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This article is from 2008.

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Axl Rose's fan attack

Axl Rose launched a stream of foul-mouthed abuse at fans during an internet discussion.

The Guns N' Roses frontman branded his group's devotees "****s" after one fan on website www.mygnrforum.com said another poster was "generally annoying."

The rocker launched into his tirade, writing: "You're a little **** and since you've been posting you've pretty much always been a little ****. Blind accusations and insults by an anonymous coward and whiny s**t-stirrer aren't impressive or needed by anyone."

Another fan was branded a "****" after saying: "I'm not the one who needs a house keeper to wipe my a*s."

When another poster on the message board advised Axl, who was using the login name Dexter, to "put on a helluva (sic) show and make some good music", the singer became defensive.

He wrote: "I don't work for you. Just cuz (sic) u think so don't make it true. Why would anyone have to tell me anything? What would you know of anything actually going on in my world? Nice fantasy though, wish I had the time.

"Your misconceptions and fantasies along with your misguided sense of entitlement don't dictate my actions."

Guns N' Roses

Axl and his band of hired hands play bombastic metal classics of the calibre of 'Welcome to the Jungle', 'November Rain' and 'Paradise City'.

London Stadium, E20

Fri 16 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £84–£138.50

With The Kills and Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown.

Sat 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £84–£138.50

With The Kills and Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20

Fri 16 Jun

The Stadium

£84–£138.50

Sat 17 Jun

The Stadium

£84–£138.50

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