Greek American Tommy Lee shocks world with X-rated selfie

By 2 months ago

Greek American rock celebrity, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has shocked fans and social media with an X-rated photo of himself displaying all his private parts.

Lee captioned the photo with an “Ooooopppsss,” for all his 1.4 million followers plenty to see.

The controversial photo which has yet to be censored by Instagram over its strict-anti nude policy has received thousand of comments from unknown fans to celebrities.

“Does the camera add 5 pounds?” comedian Ryan Sickler commented.

“OH MY GOD,” comedian Brittany Furlan added.

Machine Gun Kelly’s drummer, Rook, sounded the most impressed, commenting: “I’M F****N DYING🤣🤣🤣🤣.”

Greek City Times has covered the 'offending' part. Readers are welcome to visit Lee's social media account for the uncensored version.

Lee, who turns 60 this October was born in Athens, to father David Lee Thomas Bass, an American Army serviceman, and mother Vassiliki Papadimitriou – a 1957 Miss Greece contestant and has a younger sister, Athena. His family moved to California a year after his birth. Lee received his first drum when he was four and his first drum kit when he was a teenager.

Mötley Crüe quickly built a strong fan base and they released their debut album ‘Too Fast for Love’ 1981, on their own independent label- Elektra Records decided to sign the band shortly thereafter, reissuing their debut in 1982. The band then began a string of hit releases throughout the decade—1983’s ‘Shout at the Devil’, 1985’s “Theatre of Pain’, 1987’s “Girls, Girls, Girls’ and 1989’s ‘Dr Feelgood’ establishing the quartet as one of the biggest and most popular hard rock/heavy metal bands of the ’80s.

One thing that Lee definitely loves is his Greek heritage and wrote this poem in June 2012 and posted it on his social media pages 

GREECE

-Because we are a small, poor country full of people with big hearts

-Because we never visit anyone empty-handed

-Because there is no way to tell foreigners the word “Kapsoura” to properly (burning desire for someone)

-Because there is still something valuable in Greek families

-Because we always do, even if at the last moment

-Because we were slaves for 400 years, but never take this as an excuse for our current state

– Because we are scattered all over the Planet

-Because we have the word “filotimo” (Honor for his friend?) In any other language

-Because foreigners, if they can not find a word, use one of our

-Because we share our problems and bad times with our friends and family and not with psychiatrists

-Because Socrates, Plato and Aristotle were Greeks

-Because we invented theater

-Because we gave birth to democracy

-Because we discovered logic

-Because we made the start in the science

-Because we are proud of our culture, not our war

-Because when we started to make the Parthenon, the others still slept in trees

-Because we have all these lights, which have made efforts to create peace through war

-Because we see a difference between “eros” (in love) and “Agapi” (Love), while we feel both passionately

-Because Eros was a Greek God

-Because we gave the curse “Freedom or Death”

-Because we already woven leash than any other are still attracted to wolf skin

-Because “Greeks do not fight like heroes, but heroes fight like Greeks” (Winston Churchill, 1941)

-Because we gave our ancient alphabet to the Romans and our Medieval alphabet to the Slavs

-Because we are not ashamed to cry

-Because we dance when we are sad

-Because we work to live, not live to work

-Because 97% of the star names are Greek

-Because if we ‘brother or cousin “on the road every scream turns

-Because our churches are not dark inside full of special lighting

-Because our parents do not forget that we exist when we are already 18

-Because if we want to get a sun tan, we go to the beach

-Because we confront every difficulty with humor

-Because the Olympics were born in Greece. As we unite with our Olympic light the world and send the message of peace

-Because our sky is blue white

-Because 40% of the Oxford dictionary consists of Greek words

-Because we know what “Kefi” (joy in the fun?) Means and how to live it.

…..PROUD

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