John Corabi Shares His Only Condition To Make Peace With Nikki Sixx
Former Mötley Crüe frontman John Corabi recently spoke to Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk and revealed the only thing that would resolve the feud between him and Nikki Sixx.
John Corabi joined Mötley Crüe after Vince Neil’s departure and worked with the band between 1992 and 1997. However, his tenure was not successful. Instead, their works sold less than the band’s previous efforts with Neil. Although Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx were sure Corabi would be the best choice when they hired him, they began doubting the singer’s suitability.
On the other hand, Crüe’s record company wasn’t pleased with the sales. So, they forced the band to bring Vince Neil back, or they wouldn’t fund their following albums. On top of that, the fans also wanted Neil back because they had missed the original lineup. As a result, Corabi decided to leave in 1997 to allow Neil’s return to the band.
After Corabi’s departure, Nikki Sixx made some controversial remarks about the singer’s contributions to the band. This led to a feud between the two. Corabi responded to Sixx’s comments by criticizing his book ‘Heroin Diaries’ and taking revenge by claiming Aerosmith was better than them despite their age.
When Corabi’s so-called revenge made the headlines, Nikki Sixx posted a controversial tweet without addressing anybody’s name. So, the two are clearly not on good terms. However, Corabi recently told Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk that there is still a way he can work with the Crüe. According to the singer, he would consider working with the band if Sixx would call him and apologize.
As reported by Blabbermouth, John Corabi told Eddie Trunk the following about working with Mötley Crüe:
“It’s at a point where the only way I would ever even remotely think about doing anything with Mötley Crüe is if Nikki called me and said, ‘I’m sorry. I wanna bury the hatchet.’ And I’d be, like, ‘Well, I’m sorry too for anything I said if it offended you.’ But until that happens, there’s no chance. It’ll never happen.”
It seems like there is still a beacon of hope that the bad blood situation between Nikki Sixx and John Corabi might resolve. Although Corabi made a move by revealing his only condition, it remains unknown whether Sixx would want to end the feud and become friends.