Ronnie Radke Of Falling In Reverse Insults Musicians On Twitter
Falling In Reverse’s much anticipated album Coming Home was just released last week via Epitaph Records. While fans were eager to listen to the new music, rumours quickly formed on Twitter circling Ryan Seaman, who’d allegedly quit the band following the Falling In Reverse social media accounts solely promoting new music and events with frontman Ronnie Radke’s image alone.
Speculation came from a rumour that Radke and Seaman had a falling out after the abrupt cancellation of their recent tour with Pierce The Veil, where the band dropped off the last several dates. However, this has not yet been confirmed by the band or anyone representing them.
Speculation continued even further when fans began noticing that drummer Seaman was largely absent from any promotion of their new album, which also included the release of their newest music video for “Coming Home.”
Aside from the rumours, Radke also sent out a tweet – which has since been deleted – calling Seaman a “f*cking coward.”
Following, Seaman also joined Icon For Hire as their new touring drummer, as announced via the Icon For Hire Facebook page.
They stated, “We’re stoked to announce that Ryan Seaman will be joining us on drums for the upcoming You Cant Kill Us Tour! We know you’ll make him feel welcome, Icon Army- See you on the road!”
Now, Radke has once again expressed himself on Twitter, only this time calling ex Motionless In White keyboardist Marie Christine, who recently toured alongside Radke back in January with Motionless In White a “rachet *ss gold digging fake *ss b*tch.”
Shortly after Radke’s tweet, Marie Christine tweeted “When abusive people can no longer control you, they try to control how other people perceive you.”
Although the reason for Radke’s sudden outburst at Marie Christine is still unknown, these two tweets aligned pretty effortlessly.
View both tweets which have since been deleted below:
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