AXL ROSE: 'I'm Here To Hear Hip-Hop'

According to The Miami Herald, GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose was at Tommy Pooch and Alan Roth's party at Lucky Strike in Miami last week, but when the DJ played GUNS N' ROSES' "Welcome to the Jungle", he sent someone over to turn the song off. ''I'm here to hear hip-hop,'' sniffed the frazzled rocker. Rose then went on to Snatch two nights in a row, where he partied with Eric Clapton's band members, rode the mechanical bull for more than five minutes and closed the bar around 4:30 a.m. Rose was staying in the penthouse of the Ritz-Carlton South Beach and according to sources, he was very well behaved.

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