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God Seems Pissed at Creed Singer Scott Stapp…

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Scott Stapp is the frontman of Creed, but the band has been on hiatus since 2012. The other members of Creed have not spoken to him since then. Stapp put out his second solo album about a year ago through Wind Up Records.

Now, Scott Stapp has posted a video to Creed’s Facebook page.

Stapp says he’s broke, homeless, and has had money stolen from him. Stapp has accused people inside and outside of his label of stealing royalties and other money.

He said he was then investigated by the IRS, who put his money on hold for an extended period of time. He also claims that someone hacked his bank account and stole money.

In the video Stapp, who is a recovering alcoholic, says he has remained completely sober.

Earlier this month Gossip Extra reported that Stapp’s wife filed for divorce. She allegedly said he’s been using drugs and has had erratic behavior. She requested emergency custody of their children, but the request was denied.

Stapp says that rumors of drugs and rehab are untrue and that he is being attacked.

 

 
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The Unicorns Reunite, Death From Above 1979 Return with New Album and R.I.P. Jimmy Scott in Our News Roundup

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The Unicorns Reunite, Death From Above 1979 Return with New Album and R.I.P. Jimmy Scott in Our News Roundup

Following another big news week, here’s your chance to make sense of it all with our news roundup.

First up, it was a pretty massive week for Canadian indie rock. Not only did we get new album announcements from Death From Above 1979 and New Pornographers, but the Unicorns reunited, effectively ending a lot of will they, or won’t they speculation.

In other news, Spoon finally shed all the details of their anticipated Want My Soul, Death Grips remained as unpredictable as ever by dropping a surprise album, Weezer named their new album Everything Will Be Alright in the End and Ryan Adams emerged with a new single.

Oh, and then Morrissey cancelled yet another U.S. tour — something the Moz camp squarely blamed on the opener.

Finally, we also got some sad news this week, as jazz legend and Twin Peaks star Jimmy Scott died at the age of 88.

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