Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, announces that he’s homeless due to battle with IRS…

This is very sad. A shame what’s happening to former Creed frontman, Scott Stapp who is now homeless due to a nasty battle with the IRS. While squashing rumors of his death and drug/alcohol addiction, Scott posted a 15 minute long video revealing to the whole world of what’s going on in his life right now. It’s not very good either and this is coming from a singer who fronted one of the biggest band’s in rock history. Creed only released 4 albums in their career and all of them were very successful in the Billboard charts. They were a pretty mainstream and commercial band in the late 90’s and early 2000’s years.

If you think being a rock star makes you rich and make you feel glorious with all the fame and fortune, you may wanna watch this video.

I’m a fan of the band Creed. I know this band is not everyone’s favorite but I dig the band. I bought their albums and saw them in concert like two or three times. It was an honor to see Scott sing on a stage when I had the chance.

I don’t wanna gossip about him or speculate on what’s going with his personal life but it sounds like his divorce with his wife may be a part of it.

Now that he posted that video, I think people will try to help him now. People will try to send him some donations and I’m sure his bandmates in Creed will help him out as well.

The video is pretty sad and almost brought tears to my eyes admittedly. Remember, being a rock star is not always great. You’ll deal with a lot of setbacks. A lot of ups and downs. Fame and fortune can ruin your life.

This just goes to show how shady the IRS really is and what the economy could do to all of us. Wake up, America.

Kev

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