SCOTT WEILAND Threatens Another Magazine Writer, Vows To Stop Giving Interviews

VELVET REVOLVER frontman Scott Weiland has penned an "open letter" to Revolver writer Andy Langer with regards to Langer's VR article which ran in the magazine's June 2004 issue. Weiland's letter reads as follows:

"Dearest Andy Langer,

"I would love the opportunity to speak to you further, you fucking kiss-ass pussy sycophant bitch. Do you make common practice of licking the assholes of rock stars, only to walk away to a safe distance? Wait till a man's back is turned then print a headline like that? Do you? Well, you know what half-man? My studio is in Burbank, the same place where you met me, interviewed me, and kissed my ass, you fucking worthless piece of journalist shit. Five days a week! I'll be there bitch! No more interviews, you're all a bunch of fucking kiss-ass pussy turncoats.

"PS: Oh, by the way, you wanna know about fucking drugs? Fucking try them yourself!"

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