Wolf Van Halen Responds To Criticism Of Him Not Using Twitter Before Eddie Van Halen Passed Away


Former Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page replying to a fan who implied a disrespectful comment about Wolfgang through his late father, iconic guitarist Eddie Van Halen, stating that Wolfgang has been more active on Twitter after Eddie’s passing and he had to defend himself once again.

As many of you might know, after the passing of the legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen, his fans divided into two about his son, Wolfgang Van Halen. While some have been quite supportive of him with his music and new projects as a solo artist, some people have constantly been coming for him on various social media platforms.

From the very beginning of his solo career, some fans have been consistently comparing Wolfgang to his father who was one of the greatest guitar players of all-time, in addition to revealing their opinions which are often rude rather than being constructive. Every time he received criticism, Wolfgang never held himself back and clapped back to those ‘haters’ mostly via Twitter.

Due to the fact that Wolfgang wanted to defend his rights to speak his mind every single time, there is also a portion of people on Twitter who think it’s okay for others to say anything they want to him, however, when Wolfgang replies strictly and with the same manner as those who critic him over his deceased father, he has a ‘thin skin.’

While there are plenty of people with their opinions online, as usual, there is a brand new allegation about Wolfgang Van Halen on Twitter as somebody shared a post on Twitter stating that he has been more active on Twitter, especially after his father Eddie Van Halen passed away, possibly implying that Wolfgang has been using his father’s passing to gain popularity.

Here is what that person said:

“Wolf-its time to stop, letting Twitter be your driving epitaph! I see you on here every time I turn around, But before your pop died never saw you this much if ever!”

Since it became a constant obligation that when people say something negative about Wolfgang they often bring the subject to his father, Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page simply stating that rather than complaining about his tweets, they can easily unfollow him because he’s going to keep using his social media platform however he likes.

Here is what Wolfgang said:

“Yo, it’s so much easier to unfollow me than complain like this so kindly fuck off if you feel this way, Twitter homies. I’m literally just using the app and will continue to do so ya cranky fuckers.”

You can see the Twitter post below.