Axl Rose sues Beverly Hills car dealer.
Old skool Axl & Slash shoot us a smile.
Hold it, before we get to the story, let’s do a quick dental check and rate a grill close up with the Gn’R guys!
Axl Rose = a 8.5 for the Green/Yellow/Gray grill.
Slash = a 7 for the lack of originality, traditional white grill.
Paul Wall = 9+ for the heavy metal Gold Bling-Bling grill courtesy of our
as he goes with the chrome grill! friends at www.mrbling.com
Sorry to get off track here, but the story is actually about cars. And cars have grills, and fancy cars have fancy grills. Fancy rich rock stars and rappers also have fancy grills on their face. Can you dig?
Either way, here is the latest Axl story courtesy of the AP and this link.
LOS ANGELES – It’s not Guns N’ Roses but cars and cash that have rocker Axl Rose suing a Beverly Hills auto dealership.
The suit, filed Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, claims the dealership failed to deliver two luxury cars after receiving $20,000 in deposits and also failed to give the Guns N’ Roses frontman any money after selling his Ferrari.
Rose contends that Beverly Hills Classic Cars took his deposits but violated oral agreements to get him a 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo and a 2005 Porsche GT3.
The suit also contends the dealer sold his consigned 1999 Ferrari Marinello but never paid him a promised $135,000 of the proceeds.
After-hours calls to the dealer and its owner were not immediately returned Thursday.
With Rose as frontman, Guns N’ Roses reached superstar status in the late 1980s after the release of "Appetite for Destruction," which includes hits such as "Paradise City," "Sweet Child O’ Mine" and "Welcome to the Jungle."
The band split in a bitter fallout, leaving only Rose and keyboard player Dizzy Reed to soldier on under the Guns N’ Roses banner. Former members Slash (Saul Hudson) and Duff (Michael) filed a suit last August against Rose for allegedly naming himself sole administrator of the group’s copyrights.