PAUL STANLEY To 'Fan' At KISS' Nevada Concert: 'I F**ked Your Mother'
KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley reportedly had a member of the audience at the band's August 30 concert at Harvey's Casino and Resort in Stateline, Nevada ejected from the venue after the two exchanged words in the middle of KISS' performance. According to one attendee (writing on the Metal Sludge Gossip Board), "Paul got into a verbal/fluid scuffle with a jackass in the front. It's unknown what the guy said or did to Paul, but Paul began spitting at the guy before and during 'I Was Made For Loving You', and after the song, went off on the guy for about five minutes before security removed the non-fan. Paul unleashed an F-bomb tirade, and it involved the guy's mom, his possible low-level job history, his mental-age level, and what the guy likes to put in his mouth. It was GREAT!"
Watch fan-filmed video footage of the verbal exchange below.
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