Chris Jericho Proves He Doesn’t Lip Sync, Trolls Sebastian Bach By Singing Skid Row’s ‘Youth Gone Wild’
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Chris Jericho doesn’t lip-sync and he just proved it by singing one of his favorite songs, one that also happens to be performed by his recent adversary Sebastian Bach.
Jericho brought out the “Big Guns” and posted the following video to Twitter, singing an acapella version of Skid Row’s “Youth Gone Wild” from the band’s 1989 self-titled debut album. The performance is a not-so-subtle shot at Bach, who recently ripped on Jericho and accused him of “miming” his live performances when singing with FOZZY.
The interaction initially started on friendly terms, as a fan said Jericho was starting to look like Bach and the “Demo God” took it as a compliment, saying good looking people need to stick together. Things took a turn after Bach replied to another post claiming Jericho was guilty of miming to a tape during his performances, and it blew up from there. Jericho ultimately said he took issue with Bach’s derogatory remarks and would “fucking sing in [his] face anytime, anyplace.” Jericho said he considered Bach a friend before that and always defended him but warned the former Skid Row frontman not to question his rock abilities again.
The way things are going, it might be 18 and life before these two patch things up.
— Chris Jericho (@IAmJericho) July 19, 2020