Jeffree Star launches internet tirade on ex-tour mates
It seems like there could be more to Blood on the Dance Floor's constant dramas than meets the eye if you believe Jeffree Star.
The cross-dressing internet celebrity turned singer has turned on his ex-pals from electro band Blood on the Dance Floor. One moment Star was tweeting his support for the band and spruiking their shows together but suddenly things turned sour.
Star recently announced "I no longer support Blood on the Dance Floor and how disgusting (singer) Dahvie (Vanity) is. Touching children and enjoying the attention is evil. F**k off sicko. "If you support that piece of sh*t then unfollow me because you're supporting child molestation. Dahvie is the lowest worthless scum I've ever met."
Star later continued his rant: "Being on tour with that child f**ker has made me see the truth. I regret ever doing a song with that pig. RIP because you'll never be me." Then he made some allegations as to what may have cause the outburst. "I'm gonna speak the truth 'til I die," Star said. "We saw Dahvie bring under-age girls to his hotel rooms and do sexual things. 100% ILLEGAL."
The outspoken singer (who's due to perform in Australia next month) then signed off. "I'm done. Now you all know the truth. Unfollow and block that piece of sh*t. Sorry to all my fans who had to see him on tour and if he hurt you."
Not to be out-done, Dahvie retalliated: "I find this humorous," he wrote in response. "Why are some people so jealous and pathetic? Talk is cheap. Unaffected. Look, if I was a so-called "rapist" doubt I'd be tweeting right now. All these failed attempts to destroy my career are ridiculous. Hate on! BOTDF is my life. I would never hurt my fans or anyone. Please understand there are people out there that would kill to see me fall."
It sure got nasty. But that didn't stop hordes of followers tuning in and having a say.