Wolf Van Halen Responds To People Criticizing Him For Talking About Eddie And Whining All The Time

The founder of Mammoth WVH and former Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page dealing with another fan who wanted to share opinions on Wolfgang’s statements about his father, late Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen.

As many of you know, Wolfgang Van Halen has been receiving endless criticism, hate, and judgment since the passing of her father, the legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen who passed away on October 6, 2020, at the age of 65 after his long battle with throat and lung cancer.

While some fans have been supporting Wolfgang Van Halen after he lost a parent and started his music career as a solo musician after working with his father, starting from a young age, some people decided to bash Wolfgang’s musical career non-stop as well as comparing his music to his father while even insulting him without a proper reason or motivation.

The allegations and rumors kept on getting worse as the time went with people who claimed Wolfgang Van Halen isn’t the biological son of Eddie Van Halen, in addition to a number of people accusing Wolfgang of using his father’s fame and name in order to gain more recognition and Wolfgang often claps back at those haters with proper answers for which his fans live.

Recently, another person thought it’s his right to judge Mammoth WVH founder’s answers during an interview about his father, furthermore, accusing Wolfgang Van Halen, once again, for bringing up Eddie Van Halen’s name during interviews on purpose as well as referring to the actions of Wolfgang as whining.

After seeing the accusations, Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page mocking the allegations by stressing the fact that it’s the interviewers that keep asking him questions about his father which requires an answer and it’s plain nonsense to think the other way around.

Here is what Wolfgang said:

“My favorite thing is when people respond to articles/interviews of me responding to a question someone asked me about my dad, and then say ‘Wow is he ever gonna stop talking about his daddy?’ like I wasn’t just asked a question.”

After receiving backlash from Wolfgang Van Halen’s fans, the person who accused him actually deleted the tweet, however, former Van Halen bassist wanted to clarify another matter as he wanted to properly explain the ‘whining’ with a tweet in which he stated that whining means not caring about the haters along with answering questions about his father who was one of the most influential guitarists in the world.

Here is what Wolfgang Van Halen said:

“Whining=Not taking shit from social media doofs, and also answering the occasional question about my father, because of who he is and stuff.”

You can see the Twitter posts below.