A couple weeks ago Tommy Lee posted a picture of his dick on Instagram and Twitter. It got taken down on Instagram but it still lives on Twitter. If you really wanna see how the 59-year-old’s iconic hog has aged since its heyday, you can find the photo (NSFW ) here. Page Six reports that, on Monday night, Tommy played a Motley Crüe show in San Antonio, Texas, and he told the crowd that he posted the pics because he was on a “motherfucking bender, bro.” Then he encouraged the men in the audience to take their dicks out. It doesn’t sound like anyone really complied, because it’s 2022 and even Motley Crüe fans know that whipping your penis out in public is… unwise. And it could be considered indecent exposure, which is a Class B misdemeanor in Texas and comes with a fine of $2000 plus 180 days of jail time. Not worth it, even if it puts a smile on Tommy Lee’s face!
Page Six says that Tommy told the crowd, “a couple of weeks ago, we had like a two-week break off the tour, and I went on a motherf–king bender, bro.” He continued, “I got f–king sideways as f–k and got naked and posted pictures of my d–k.” Then came Tommy’s “PULL YOUR FUCKING JUNK OUT” call to arms:
“Usually, I mean I’m a titty man, so I like to see titties, but tonight is equal-opportunity night. Tonight I wanna see everyone’s dick. C’mon boys, pull your s–t out. Pull your fucking junk out. Let’s go.”
The request was met with both cheers and jeers, as the “Andro” artist singled out one concertgoer. “He’s ready to pull his d–k out. Show the whole world that motherf–king hot dog,” the star yelled. While the fan initially played along, he didn’t oblige. “The wife says no?” Lee asked before exclaiming “divorce!”
Here’s the video of Tommy’s San Antonio antics:
— T🥁mmy L33 (@MrTommyLand) August 22, 2022
Honestly, if Tommy was dead sober when he posted the dick pic, I’d be suspicious. But blaming it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol? Perfectly acceptable! There’s nothing more human than getting blackout wasted and posting dumb shit to social media. See: all of my cringey Facebook statuses from 2006 to 2010.
Pic: Milla Cochran/startraksphoto.com