I have no idea how it’s even possible to enforce something like this — or where one would get a Slash T-shirt in the first place — but NME reports that fans weren’t allowed to wear Slash T-shirts to last night’s Guns N’ Roses Show at London’s O2 Arena. The magazine quotes 18-year-old fan James Revell as saying that security guards asked him to remove his Slash shirt as he was on his way into the show: “I believe they asked me to do this because Axl Rose has some problem with Slash and if he saw me wearing the shirt he might have stormed off stage.” Axl Rose, everybody! Still finding scary new ways to express his own manic resentments!
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