Guns N’ Roses Members Slash and Duff Offer Congratulations to French Socccer Team for Winning 2018 World Cup!

Slash and Duff Offered Congratulations to the French Soccer Team!

The French soccer team defeated Croatia yesterday in the World Cup of Soccer final 4-2. Slash who was cheering for England the whole time was a good sport and along with fellow bandmate Duff McKagan offered congratulations to the French men’s soccer team for winning the world cup. Check out their posts below.

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Slash Shares On Spotify His Favourite Horror Theme Songs!

You may not be getting new Guns N’ Roses music anytime soon, but Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash has shared his favourite horror theme songs on Spotify. You can check it out here.

According to Daily News, NBA player Brandon Jennings owns the same house that Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash used to live in. Jenning’s neighbour Ivan Kuznetsov and his wife say their Jennings hosts large parties and blares music so loudly, they sometimes have to sleep in a subterranean room. Kuznetsov and his Wife talked about having Slash as a neighbour saying  “never, ever, did we hear loud music from him.” Slash and his girlfriend Meegan Hodges got matching tattoos back in 2015 that corresponded to an address in Woodland Hills, probably this home. According to the article

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That’s the only place in the house where you can barely hear the music,” Kuznetsov, who lives next door to the busy house in the 4600 block of Abargo Street, said this week.

The offending home in this ritzy Woodland Hills neighborhood happens to be owned and inhabited by the Milwaukee Bucks’ guard Brandon Jennings. The basketball player could not be reached Friday for comment through his agent.

“Pretty much every week, there is a party” or loud music blaring from their neighbor’s home, often at 2 or 3 a.m., Kuznetsov said.

It can feel like living next to a nightclub, he said.

While they asked their neighbors numerous times to turn down the music, “most of the time, they ignore us,”  Kuznetsov said. “We called the police several times.”

LAPD Officer Sean Dinse of the Topanga Division confirmed he has received complaints about parties at Jennings’ home at “unusual times.” In the past few months, he said the department has received “over 20 radio calls” about loud music and parties there.

“The schedule of his partying seemed pretty consistent with basketball games,” he said.

Dinse thought the problem had gone away, he said, but a few other neighbors approached him in recent days, asking for his help. Help, he vowed, is on the way.

In situations like these, Dinse said he can give the occupant a fair warning, but if that is ignored, he can direct officers to issue a civil citation for disturbing the peace, which comes with a fine, or move to prosecute in court.

Kuznetsov’s wife, Jane, said she had to miss her job on multiple occasions because she was not able to sleep at night, which she called “devastating” to her career as an accountant.

Other neighbors in the area have also expressed their concerns via the Nextdoor social media site. Some say they would consider a civil lawsuit if the situation does not improve.

Dinse’s message to Jennings?

“Work with your neighbors,” he said. “Show some respect for your neighbors. They’re tired of it.”

And if not, the officer said, “we’ve got to go another path, another route.”

In other words, the ball is now in Jennings’ court.