Wolf Van Halen Fires Back in Profanity-Laced Message About Making ‘Jokes’ of Online Criticisms

by Madison Miller
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Beyond his wicked rocker skills, Wolf Van Halen is also becoming internet famous for his obsession with haters online.

The Mammoth WVH artist always gets the last word in with people criticizing him on the internet. At the end of the day, Van Halen seems to have an amazing time firing back at these individuals.

In fact, he’s now addressing the people who criticize him for making jokes out of his online criticisms in a new profanity-laced Twitter thread. The rocker started it all by stating, “The internet is a funny thing.”

Wolf Van Halen Talks Online Critcism

He went on to complain that, “the second you decide to make jokes about it or throw it back, people get upset like you’re supposed to just deal with it.” Wolf Van Halen explained that he recently joined the comment section of an Ultimate Classic Rock thread on Facebook. Despite just trying to have some lighthearted fun, Van Halen shares his annoyance with “how eager they are to wear their insecurities, bitterness, and jealousy on their sleeves in such a public fashion.”

At the end of the day, Van Halen is just always learning that the internet is full of negativity. He ended his rant by saying, “The internet is just such a black hole of hatred and cynicism.’

Wolf’s comment on Facebook stated ironically, “I’m sure these comments will be kind and understanding.”

Wolf Van Halen has a pretty difficult situation as an artist. He recently created his own solo band Mammoth WVH. He also released his debut album and is touring with Guns N’ Roses. Despite doing exceptionally well for himself, Van Halen is living under a shadow from his famous guitar legend father, Eddie Van Halen. Wolf was also a bassist for the classic rock band, Van Halen.

Wolf Van Halen Definitly Isn’t Playing ‘Panama’

The “Distance” singer recently snapped on a fan online after being pushed to perform his dad’s old music. He said, “I’m not f**king playing ‘Panama’ for you guys.” Many of his fans are obsessing over his hilarious straight-to-the-point comment. One fan even wrote that it “is the best I’ve seen from you.”

Mammoth WVH has been strict on tour on a refusal to play any Van Halen songs. Wolf Van Halen released his own music and is trying to separate himself and pave his own path. It also started when a fan wrote, “Wolfie, I like your stuff. I just think the time to honor Dad is now. You’ve already shown you can stand on your own!”

Wolf Van Halen was quick to respond with, “I honor my dad by existing and doing what I do every day.” That was followed by his iconic line about “Panama.” Fans either criticize him for using his father’s success to his advantage or criticize him for not using his father’s success to his advantage.

He summed that situation up pretty nicely as well by writing, “*Plays in band with Dad* ‘That spoiled brat is just riding his daddy’s coattails’ *Plays in own band without covering VH* ‘Yo, why isn’t he riding his daddy’s coattails??'”

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