Nikki Sixx Responds To The Catfishing Victim Who Thinks She Is Good Friends With Him

During a recent appearance on Dr. Phil show, Mötley Crüe co-founder and bassist Nikki Sixx talked about the latest incident that a young woman named Tina was fooled by some people impersonating Nikki and became friends with her.

As you might know, Nikki Sixx made an unexpected decision to leave his house in Los Angeles and move to Wyoming permanently with his wife Courtney Sixx and their daughter Ruby. The Sixx family has been sharing the insights of their life in Wyoming often via the pictures they post on social media platforms.

Recently, Nikki Sixx made it to the headlines with something completely different than his lovely family and his music career with Mötley Crüe. A young woman named Tina claimed that she has been texting with Nikki for a long time. She also suggested that she was engaged with the well-known musician Bret Michaels.

After it was realized that Tina has been fooled by some people who are impersonating celebrities to trick people into giving personal information or money. In a recent appearance on Dr. Phil show, Nikki Sixx showed his reaction to the catfishing victim and clarified if he has ever contacted her. Sixx stated that he has never texted Tina or contacted her via other platforms. He also mentioned that he felt very bad about what happened to the young woman and warned his fans about what a tricky place the internet.

Here is what Nikki Sixx stated about the woman who was catfished:

“No, absolutely not. The first time I heard about this was when we talked about it. We wanted to come on together and let you know that whoever you’re talking to is not me, and I’m sorry that this is happening to you. Watching the show and how Dr. Phil is trying to break it all down for you, it’s heartbreaking for us.

It’s not fun, it’s cruel and you seem like a very nice person. The internet’s a tricky place. You have people pretending to be people all the time, and it’s really sad when fans get sucked in.”

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