Wolfgang made it clear that he is “not seeking to begin some type of hate parade right here,” nevertheless, he felt it was solely proper to “clarify my aspect.”
“I do know Pop would in all probability simply chortle it off and say ‘Ehh who offers a s–t? He was solely concerning the music anyway. The remainder did not matter,” the guitarist wrote, including, “I might like to get the chance to talk with The Recording Academy not solely concerning the legacy of my father, however the legacy of the Rock style shifting ahead. Thanks.”
After a protracted battle with throat most cancers, Eddie Van Halen handed away on Oct. 6, 2020.
The late star’s son confirmed the heartbreaking information on social media, sharing, “I am unable to imagine I am having to write down this, however my father, Edward Lodewijk Van Halen, has misplaced his lengthy and arduous battle with most cancers this morning.”
“He was the very best father I may ever ask for,” Wolfgang’s assertion continued. “Each second I’ve shared with him on and off stage was a present. My coronary heart is damaged and I do not suppose I am going to ever absolutely get well from this loss. I really like you a lot, Pop.”