So Scott Weiland Performed “Vasoline” The Other Night And….Well…Um…

April 30, 2015 / Posted by:

Since we’re on the subject of painful performances, here’s Scott Weiland putting the “WHY?” in Scott Weiland while slurring out Stone Temples Pilots‘ “Vasoline” during a show with his band the Wildabouts in Corpus Christi, TX on Tuesday night. In the cringe-inducing video below, Scott jokes that they’re going to do a new song they’ve been working on and then he brings the definition of “depressing” to life when he moans out “Vasoline.” He sounds about as coherent as Iggy Azalea after a root canal and he moves like a stoned zombie with a bad hip. It’s like watching a drunk grandpa do spoken word. If you don’t want anymore wrinkles on your face, because that cuntastic How-Old Microsoft APP said you looked about as old as a Lohan, then you better hold your face up while watching. Because you will cringe.

Scott Weiland has a long history with riding shot gun on the Bad Shit Express. But Scott’s rep tells TMZ that he wasn’t high as all fuck during that performance. Scott’s rep admitted that his performance was a mess and blamed it on him being tired and having a couple of drinks beforehand. Scott’s earpiece also went out at one point. So tired + a couple of drinks + no earpiece = that.

Well, on a positive note, that purple velvet blazer sure is pretty. So there’s that.


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