Are Guns N' Roses Teasing an 'Appetite for Destruction' Anniversary Tour?


Are Guns N' Roses Teasing an 'Appetite for Destruction' Anniversary Tour?

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto found himself in hot water when he hosted Trump before the election, and the morning after the election, TIME's Ioan Grillo in Mexico City woke up in a country he said was beset by "shock, sadness, anger and fear."

Guns n' Roses guitarist Slash looked on as fans belted the pinata into submission, while the crowd roared its approval.

At a Guns N' Roses concert in Mexico City on Wednesday, the band stopped playing for a few moments and brought out a giant piñata depicting none other than President-elect Donald Trump, The Independent reported. As they finished the set, a very big piñata of president elect Donald Trump was lowered to the stage.

"Let's bring up some people and get the f-ing stick,"Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose is heard saying in video published by TMZ". Then the band invited some fans onstage and Rose told them, "Express yourself however you feel".

Axl Rose watches fans smash Donald Trump piñata.

Vented rage - so much sweeter than any candy.

At a November Guns N' Roses concert, Axl Rose changed a lyric in the song "Civil War" to say "Look at the fear that Trump is feeding", the music blog outcome of Sound pointed out.