Later last month, we heard Seven Adler discussing his experience with the Guns N’ Roses reunion after twenty-six years. Adler went into detail, expressing no resentment towards anyone, including Axl:
“No, no, no. Not at all. I love those guys. It is what it is. What I want it to be is the five of us, and what Axl wants it to be is what he wants it to be, and I respect him for it. I’m just glad I got to be a part of it for the good part — when it was fun and exciting.”
However, less than one month later, it seems Adler has a lot less to say. We can only assume he was forced to make a deal to keep his mouth shut. This most likely isn’t the first time, and we wouldn’t be surprised if Guns N’ Roses denies any future accusations.
A few weeks after Adler opened up on the One On One With Mitch Lafon podcast, Adler closed in when speaking to Rolling Stone:
“I had the best experience last year playing with them last year. I wish Izzy [Stradlin] was there, but it was so great since I finally got to have some closure. It was wonderful. I don’t have nothing else to say about it. I’m really sorry. That’s all I can tell you. There’s nothing to say. I literally, literally honest to god literally, I can’t even tell you why I can’t tell you any more. Literally, okay? I really can’t. I just can’t.”
Yup, sounds like he’s had a talkin’ to from the rest of the band, or a lawyer. Or something.