After Slash suggested a big concert should be arranged to support the victims in Haiti, Axl Rose accuses him 'Pretty low n' selfish' for using the devastation in Haiti to start false reunion rumors.
Axl Rose has ruled out any chance of an original Guns N' Roses reunion, insisting even the Haiti earthquake wouldn't prompt him to stage a one-off charity get together. The rocker fired off a Twitter post to ex-bandmate Slash last week, January 15, after the guitarist suggested a big-name concert should be arranged to help the relief effort in Haiti.
Thinking his ex-bandmate was suggesting Guns N' Rose should reform for the event, Rose took to Twitter.com and posted, "Pretty low n' selfish usin' the devastation in Haiti 2 start (false) reunion rumors. R hearts n' prayers go out to the Haitian people." But, further study of Slash's original message revealed he wasn't suggesting a reunion. He wrote, "looking into organizing a big fund raiser concert for Haiti."
The latest Twitter controversy between the two former pals comes as the latest incarnation of Guns N' Roses embarks on its first Canadian tour in nearly 20 years. Shows began in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Wednesday, January 13.