Rumors have been flying that failed rapper Ronnie Radke (OK, so that’s not what he is, but did anyone actually click the link to this article because they actually like his work as a musician? Alright, then) had walked out on his band, Falling In Reverse. His wife denied this, but the singer had not commented on the matter officially until today, when he did in an exclusive with Alternative Press.
Radke admits he has an anger problem and is an artist, so says that’s why “(he’s) crazy.” In all, it seems like a very remorseless apology for mistreating fans and tour mates. The main point to take, though, is that Falling in Reverse never ended, Ronnie was just mad and an artist who loves the people he works with. He opens the video by stating “I’m just glad people care enough to love me or care enough to hate me.” Based on this, can we all agree that this should stop being a thing? I want this to stop being a thing.
He even seems to aim directly at UTG and PupFresh by wishing that the internet wasn’t so “filled with hate,” and while the comments on reviews at UTG seems to show that haters are in fact going to hate, I would suggest that Ronnie might be suffering from backlash that comes with being, you know… a famous person who actively does horrible things to many different people in public places. Maybe that has something to do with it? It’s hard to tell.
You can watch the video statement here after the break, though it’s likely not going to be a fun time unless you actively enjoy hearing about Falling In Reverse’s musical growth and Radke’s understanding that throwing things at fans is not the appropriate way to act at a concert.