|Posted by Anna H. on June 3, 2017 at 7:45 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Earlier this week, I was on the latest makeshift version of Adult Swim's message board and a so-called Static-X fan "triggered" me. Yes, you know that highly abused word, "triggered"? Well, this guy actually triggered me.
This so-called "fan" posted a thread asking if anyone remembered the Industrial Metal band, Static-X. Because I actually WAS a fan, since the band's debut in 1998, I opened the thread.
In this Static-X "fan's" thread, he said "It sucks that he committed suicide." Reading his post made me do a double take. In the back of my mind, I was screaming, "OMG! Are you fucking serious?!"
I waited for other supposed Static-X fans to correct him. Because nobody did, I posted in his Static-X thread and let him know, that Wayne Static did NOT commit suicide. If he was a real fan, he would've known that Wayne Static died of a drug overdose about 3 years ago.
Wayne died 3 days before his 49th birthday in his sleep because he mixed strong prescriptions such as Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, Alprazolam, and painkillers with alcohol.
Wayne Static's porn star wife, Tera Wray, on the other hand, DID commit suicide. Tera committed suicide on January 13, 2016 at her friend and roommate's house.
Supposedly, Tera Wray left a suicide note telling her friend, Jay'e Jones to call her mother, attorney, and several other people. When I originally learned about Tera's suicide, sources said that she was depressed about Wayne Static's death.
The more I think about it, I am suspecting an inside job because Tera was NOT well liked by Static-X, Wayne's family, or his friends. She got into more arguments with them after he died.
To clarify the causes of both Wayne Static and Tera Wray's deaths (couple seen above), Wayne died in his sleep from a drug overdose and Tera supposedly committed suicide.
Not to sound like some elitist, Static-X fangirl or anything, but I am easily annoyed by people, who want to act like they are such "fans" of certain celebrities. All the while, those same "fans" are misinformed about everything.
You probably think I am overreacting, but posers annoy the hell out of me.
This is especially when there are real fans like myself, who know the history of certain bands and were there to experience the history. I was 16 when Static-X debuted and they were featured on the Bride Of Chucky Soundtrack in 1998.
Since today's Song Saturday blog is another blog discussing Static-X, and because I recently updated previous Static-X blogs, I thought I would share those same blogs with viewers, who missed them 3 years ago.
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