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Dee Snider Calls Axl Rose’s Hall of Fame Decision ‘Totally Screwed Up’

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Twisted Sister lead singer Dee Snider had some harsh words for Axl Rose. Earlier in the day, the Guns N’ Roses lead singer published an open letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame saying that not only would he not attend this Saturday’s ceremony, but he also declined the induction.

Snider was hosting the “black carpet” segment of Revolver Magazine’s Golden Gods awards show in Los Angeles tonight (April 11). Speaking to Slash, he called Axl’s decision “crap,” and insisted that the band should come together for such an important event. “It’s totally screwed up,” Snider continued.

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler was up next, and Snider told him that he was “disgusted to hear about your old friend” and that “anyone who goes to see ‘Rose N’ Roses’ is a traitor.” Zing!

Both Slash and Adler refused to respond to Snider’s comments. Adler also joked with the other members of his party about the need to stay quiet, as well. Then again, both men have spoken plenty on the subject recently.

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