Bert mccracken and gerard way dating
Gerard said 'One time me and Bert was making out for so long, it wasn't even funny..then it was funny! ' Gerard is married not to the bassist of msi, lyn-z, and he is really not gay. Some fans said they had cried over Gerard's substance abuse and suicidal depression, while others said they were proud of him for overcoming it and impressed by his bravery in actually showing it in the video. I knew a lot of it already from past interviews, but actually seeing all that drunken footage on the DVD is very different to just reading about it." Some fans who were already familiar with the information covered in the video diary were less thrilled by it.At least one old-school fan was angry that the first drummer (who was fired) was never mentioned, though others suggested that he might have been omitted for legal reasons.Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the balance is not paid in full within 6 months.
From Wikipedia: "It was rumored that the track was written about My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way, but Bert Mc Cracken said that this is not true." "reportedly"....
It is also known that Gerard and Bert's friendship went south circa May 2005 are supposedly about Gerard, while "The Sharpest Lives" on The Black Parade may or may not contain references to Bert.
Earlier both Gerard and Bert said in interviews that the song "You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison" on MCR's second album was about kissing Bert.
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For years afterward fans were wondering if Gerard Way actually bought the hamster; in 2013 Gerard teased a fan on twitter with "You still don't know what I named the hamster I got for the cage I got for the hamster I was gonna get." Life on the Murder Scene (LOTMS) is a live album by My Chemical Romance that includes video footage of live performances, three music videos, music video making-of documentaries, and a two-hour "video diary" that tells the band's origin story.