Nikki Sixx Shares His Opinions About Chris Holmes After Watching The Documentary About Him, ‘Mean Man’

Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing his opinions about the former W.A.S.P. lead guitarist Chris Holmes‘ documentary ‘Mean Man: The Story Of Chris Holmes,’ opening up about what he thinks of his fellow musician.

As many of you know, Chris Holmes is best known as the lead guitarist and co-founder of W.A.S.P. with whom he experienced an on and off relationship from the date the band was formed which is 1982, until his departure in 2001 for good.

Since Chris Holmes has been present in the rock and roll community for almost 4 decades, a documentary about his career and personal life has been released named ‘Mean Man: The Story Of Chris Holmes.’ The film depicts the highlights of his career such as losing publishing rights of his own songs, dealing with addictions, starting all over in his mother-in-law’s basement.

The documentary which was released on January 15, 2021, also reveals the rise, fall, and rebirth of Chris Holmes when it comes to his music career in addition to revealing archives, live performances, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage. 

Recently, Nikki Sixx shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that he has watched ‘Mean Man: The Story Of Chris Holmes’ and he loves Chris Holmes whom Sixx knows for 40 years, because of the fact that he’s unapologetically himself when it comes to being honest the others.

Here is what Sixx said:

Watching #MeanMan about Chris Holmes. I’ve known Chris for 40 years and what I love about him is what most people don’t like and that’s that he ‘Doesn’t Give A Fück.’ Hard to compete with that kinda honesty.”

You can see the Twitter post below.