David Lee Roth Confuses Fans With His Latest Artwork About ‘The Internet’

Former Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing another comic from his ‘Soggy Bottom’ series, this time his artwork claims that we all got hacked on a blue canvas filled with creepy faces. His fans, apparently, don’t know how to feel about his brand new painting since they all commented differently after his post.

As many of you already know, David Lee Roth has been sharing illustrations for his hand-drawn comic series named ‘Soggy Bottom,’ which is relevant to the current issues in the world, in addition to David Lee Roth’s personal matters both on his official website and social media accounts since the coronavirus pandemic started.

While fans are thrilled to see Roth’s point of view and approach about numerous incidents via his artwork, there are always different interpretations of his paintings which is understandable since Roth’s artworks have cryptic messages and tangled writings all the time.

Recently, David Lee Roth shared another post on his official Twitter page revealing another artwork of his from the ‘Soggy Bottom’ series to his fans. His brand new painting includes blue figures, a few of which are spooky faces and there is obvious and clear writing on the painting that claims we all got hacked.

Here is what Roth said:

“The internet

we got hacked

After Roth shared his painting, his fans started to share posts on Twitter, replying to his drawing. One fan stated that she has never been hacked, however being stalked currently, revealing that she took Roth’s writing directly, while another asked Roth if he has an art exhibition since seeing his artwork in a gallery would be thrilling.

While most fans shared comments similar to these, a fan chose to express his opinions by asking other fans if there is a toilet lever on the top right of the painting since there is actually a drawing similar to that, that fan’s comment proved to everybody that Roth’s paintings cause confusion among his fans.

Here is what a fan said:

“Never been hacked (that I’m aware of) but I am currently being stalked.”

Here is what another said:

Do you have an art exhibit anywhere dave? It would be nice to see all your work in a gallery exhibit.”

Here is what a fan said:

Is that a toilet lever on the top right?”

You can see the Twitter post below.