Slash says that in his experience, there were no serious #MeToo moments during the pinnacle of Guns N' Roses popularity. "It wasn't like that," he said of the abusive and toxic relationships that many male celebrities have been accused of having with women in the past year. "We didn't have that particular relationship with girls, it was a lot more the other way around."
He did concede that some songs from that era were "sexist in their own way" but not in a "malicious" way.
Slash went on to criticize the glam rock scene of the '80s as "plastic" and rejected GNR comparisons to contemporaries like Poison and Warrant.