Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Reacts To James Corden’s Complaints About His Music School

Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ bassist Flea shared a post on his official Twitter page reacting to a fan’s tweet that revealed the complaints of the famous The Late Late Show host James Corden about Silverlake in which Flea has a music school for the young musicians, however, it turned out by Flea’s post that Corden actually is a big supporter of that school.

As you might know, Flea founded, with his former band member Keith ‘Tree’ Barry, a non-profit music school named Silverlake Conservatory back in 2001. The extraordinary music school aims to fill the lack of music teaching for the young generation and it offers scholarships to students whose families could not afford lessons.

Recently, a fan shared a post on Twitter stating that the host of The Late Late Show with James Corden complained about Silverlake, most likely during his monologue at the beginning of the show. The fans thought it would be a great idea to let James Corden know about Flea’s music school in Silverlake, therefore, he would be impressed by the city.

Here is what the fan said:

“Since James Corden complains about Silverlake, Maybe Flea could tell him about the great music school for kids he started: the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. James will be impressed!”

After seeing the tweet by his fan, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist shared a post on his official Twitter page stating that he didn’t see anything about his complaints, however, James Corden is a generous donator to his in addition to putting his time and energy in helping the Silverlake Conservatory. Flea also stated that both his school and himself have a huge love for Corden in addition to praising him for his personality.

Here is what Flea said:

“Haven’t heard James’ take on Silverlake, but one thing I can tell you is that James Corden has very generously donated his time and energy to helping out the conservatory and we had nothing but love and gratitude to him. I love James he is a beauty of a man.”

You can see the Twitter post below.