The social media feud between father-son duo Tommy Lee and Brandon Lee continues. Following the 22-year-old son’s threat to put Tommy ‘back to sleep’ while sharing a video of him passed out from when he punched him in the face, the father wants to have the last word in this fight.
After their Father’s Day war on social media, the firstborn son of Tommy with Pamela Anderson asked his father to take the conflict offline.
‘Tommy. If you want to badmouth me, do it [to] my face. You post something for the whole world to see, saying I’m a bad kid, and my mom’s a bad mother, what do you expect? Seriously, who is the fkn adult here? How would you even know if I am a bad kid, you are not even around to know what kind of a person I am,’ Brandon wrote.
He went on: ‘I understand your feelings must be hurt about how everything went down. But please stop posting all this on social media, it is making us all act like kids. Let’s just drop it, dude. You are mad I didn’t say happy Father’s Day to you?? So what?! My birthday was on June 5th mother**ker … I didn’t hear s**t from you… and I did not go telling the world what a letdown you are. Come on man. It’s time to move on. Let’s keep this private.’
‘Sorry for the noise everyone. Hopefully, this is the End,’ he captioned the lengthy letter.
However, it was far from over, because Tommy fired back.
This morning, Lee claimed that he spent no less than $130,000 on Brandon’s supposed time in rehab.
He continued to list more money he allegedly spent with his child, mentioning $40,000 for his 21st birthday bash as well as $10,000 in medical bills after Brandon hit him.
‘Son acting like a victim on social media on father’s day: Priceless. I’m out [mic] drop,’ Tommy concluded.
The musician also replied to some social media users in the comments, saying: ‘22, no Job, books a ‘modeling’ gig once in a blue moon…I’m f**kin tired.’
On his Instagram, he shared the following quote: ‘People hate the truth. Luckily the truth doesn’t care.’
Brandon responded to the new accusations by writing: ‘I thank my Dad for paying for my treatment. It is the best thing he’s ever done for me. Today I’m almost two years sober. Every day that goes by I feel more grateful. My clear mind has allowed me to do a lot with this time. So much so that I would like to offer to pay for his treatment.’