Bret Michaels Explains Vince Neil Shoving Incident

frontman Bret Michaels has commented on the scuffle that occurred on one of the last dates of the band’s summer tour involving singer , one of the supporting acts on the bill, in an interview with Metal Edge magazine. Michaels was very reluctant to divulge many details about the incident, but did give a brief rundown. “The argument started between Rikki [Rockett, Poison drummer] and their bass played over something that, to this day, I couldn’t tell you what it was,” he said. “Apparently, Vince — I don’t know if he thought it was me or whatever, but he came up to the bus and I’m signing an autograph for a mom and a daughter, and I said, ‘Vince, you’re standing there screaming at me, dude.’ I said, ‘What do you wanna do? Do you wanna fight? Do you wanna talk? What do you wanna do?’ And then it just broke into all hell. All of a sudden, he turned around and shoved Big John, our bodyguard, then John grabbed him, then Vince grabbed Bobby [Dall, Poison bassist]. It got stupid, and then it got resolved, because he continued to do the rest of the dates and stuff… I consider Vince to be a friend. I think there was a little too much alcohol involved. Nothing ever really bad came from it — me and him sat in the back of the bus for two hours and talked that night.”

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