The Mötley Crüe guitarist says he was “clearly joking” when he made the promise on That Metal Show years ago.
The iconic image features nude children climbing up rocks, which triggered the initial ban.
“I was not feeling like myself,” commented the Beach Boy. “Mentally insecure is how I’d describe it.”
The Scottish outfit is upset with the producer’s decision to work with the problematic rappers on “Light It Up”.
The rapper will, however, be on WHRB Harvard Radio this week.
ICE reportedly refuses to release the rapper “on bond of any amount.
“I still believe that justice will be served.”
The Jackson family has also issued a statement.
After a week of silence, Cannibal Corpse have finally spoken out about their guitarist, who has been charged with assault and burglary.
The move comes just days after defending her choice to play Israel’s Meteor Festival and a week out from the event.
“I’m confused as to why such a principled musician, who thought I ‘stole’ from his friends, would show up to work for me anyway.”
Allegations range from rape to sexual relations with underage girls to sending unsolicited nudes.