Photo: Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee Shares Image Alluding to Prison Time For Donald Trump

by Thad Mitchell
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It looks like Motley Crue Drummer and rock icon Tommy Lee might not be leaving the the country after all.

Lee has been rather outspoken on his disdain for Donald Trump, often using social media as his creative outlet. With news of democratic candidate Joe Biden’s election victory, Lee tweets where he think Trump’s next stop should be.

With the words “Next stop” written in the caption, Lee tweets a photo of a razor wire-protected prison yard. A sign reading “Trump Tower” has been photoshopped on the prison’s guard tower.

The 58-year-old rocker has not been shy about expressing his political opinions on social media. Many of his political theme tweets take aim at Trump’s reelection bid. Lee said a while back that he would consider leaving the country if Trump won reelection.

He tells The Big Issue  that he would rather head to Greece than stay in Trump’s America. It would be one of many jabs the drummer took against Donald Trump and his administration.

“Dude, I swear to god if that happens then I’m coming over to visit the U.K. I’m out of here,” he said. “I’ll go back to my motherland, go back to Greece, and get a house on one of the islands.”

Lee Uses Social Media for Political Statements

Lee did not stop there as he used Twitter to drive home his thoughts. He has put out several election-related tweets this week.

On Wednesday, as votes were still being counted, Lee tweets a picture of the White House with a photoshopped moving truck pulling up to the front door. A suitcase emoji in the captions suggests the drummer thinks its time for Trump to “move on.”

He would also take a shot at Trump supporters, noting backers of the president were silent.

“Trump supporter are awfully quiet right now!” he tweets along side a laughing emoji.

Outsider.com