Dee Snider Reveals What Inspired Axl Rose While Writing ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ Of Guns N’ Roses

Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider interacted with his followers on Twitter once again and revealed the mini-story behind the iconic Welcome To The Jungle song of Guns N’ Roses.

Welcome to the Jungle is featured in the debut album of the legendary band, which released in 1987 and it become one of the best songs of Guns N’ Roses. Also, it peaked at seventh place on Billboard Hot 100 charts.

In the post, Dee wanted to stun his followers with an insane prediction about how Axl Rose wrote this song and said that it was actually about the real-life instead of the jungle.

Dee stated that when Axl get off the bus in Harlem, New York, one of the citizens spotted him and said him ‘Welcome to the jungle, baby! You’re gonna die!’ As he referred to the Harlem.

One of the fans wrote:

“I didn’t know that Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N’ Roses was about LA”

Here is what Dee Snider said:

“I believe it was about Axl Rose getting off of a bus in Harlem, New York. Someone on the street spotted him and said, ‘Welcome to the jungle, baby! You’re gonna die!’”

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