Wolfgang Van Halen Says ‘I Am Not A Dick’ While Trying To Convince Fans He’s A Nice Person

During a talk with People, Wolfgang Van Halen stated that he is not a cynical and mean person although he may seem like one, and attempted to convince his fans that he actually is a nice person.

The founder of Mammoth WVH, Wolfgang Van Halen is known for his sharp tongue and the bitter language he uses on social media. He is known to recently slam an internet troll over his negative comment upon his musical career saying his father was much successful than him at his age in a tweet.

He has also made fun of some rude comments about his father’s death on Twitter, saying Eddie is in hell and suggesting Wolfgang should not follow his father’s steps. In another tweet, Wolfgang had said he is signaling the coastal elite and the reptilian overlords that he drinks babies while ridiculing a user who claimed that he’s become an Illuminati member.

Speaking to People, Wolfgang Van Halen said that if he saw who he is on paper, he would think he’s a dick as well stating he’s got to be a dick because he is the son of Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli. Wolfgang then said he would like to think he is not one, as he tries to be nice to everybody he meets.

He added that wanting to be a dick is dumb and there is no reason for that because it’s great to be a nice person even though it requires more effort. Wolfgang also said one needs to treat people how one wants to be treated, which is as simple as that.

He said during the conversation that:

“I think people cynically would… I mean, I would, if I saw who I am on paper, would just be like, ‘He’s probably the dick. He’s the son of Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli. He’s got to be a dick.’ But I’d like to think I’m not, I try to be nice to everybody I meet. Why would anybody want to be a dick? That’s dumb. It’s great to be a nice person, right? I think it requires a bit more effort. It’s so easy to be a dick. I just think that’s a really dumb thing to do. Treat people how you want to be treated, it’s as simple as that.”

As a piece of recent news, Wolfgang announced the dates of his band Mammoth WVH’s 2021 tour in support of his brand new self-titled debut album which was released on June 11. The tour will kick off on July 31 and conclude in early October, and the band will also support Guns N’ Roses on several other dates.