Even Tommy Lee seemed to be taken aback by the fact that he posted that naked photo on social media.
Tommy Lee has considerable experience describing his NSFW antics.
This time, the Mötley Crüe musician explained his motivation for sharing an extremely graphic, full-frontal naked Instagram photo earlier this month that ignited a discussion about unfair judgment.
He told audience members at the group's performance in San Antonio on Sunday, "A few of weeks ago, we had like a two-week break off the tour, and I went on a motherf— bender. "I got down and dirty as f— and shared pics of my d—."
On August 11, Lee, 59, shared a naked picture with the phrase "Ooooopppss" on Facebook and Instagram. The image, which has since been taken down but can still be easily seen on Twitter, started a larger discussion about social media censorship.
Newsweek said that Lee's violent image stayed online for almost four hours as opposed to other offensive images being taken down very quickly.
According to video Lee shared on Twitter, Lee encouraged male audience members to "take your f— trash out" during Sunday night's performance in order to promote "equal opportunity."
Lee has a history of controversies involving sex. He and his ex-wife Pamela Anderson gained notoriety in the 1990s because to their infamous sex tape.