That’s right, people.
Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister has allegedly been advised to retire by his doctors, who fear for his health.
Kilmister admitted this soon before cutting the band’s performance at Wacken short last Friday.
BraveWords reports that Lemmy told the crowd that experts had told him to quit, but added: “We’ll have to see about that.”
Lemmy, please stop being a bad-ass. It’s proving bad for your health.
Meanwhile, Slash claims to have paid a visit to Lemmy and tweeted: “He’s doing well. There’s been a lot of rumors but he’s in good shape, and finishing Motörhead record now.”
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