Axl Rose has hit back at former bandmate Slash and manager Alan Niven, saying that he shouldn't have been on tour when they started in '91.
The Guns N' Roses frontman said that the tour had a lot to do with Niven, their then manager, and Slash.
"In my opinion Alan wanted money and Slash wanted the touring to get the better of me given my circumstances at the time," News.com.au quoted him as saying.
He added that his safety and well-being were none of their concern. (ANI)