God-fearin', perpetually soused "rocker"/jackass Scott Stapp has finally spoken out on his stolen sex tape (co-starring Kid Rock) having come to the realization the crime could have only one logical motive:
"Obviously someone wants to hurt me and doesn't want me to be successful in my solo career," Stapp told AP Radio in a recent interview. [...]
Stapp, 32, says the tape was made soon after he was divorced from Hillaree Burns.
He said he previously told his new wife about having a wild year and that she accepts the tape as part of his past.
"You think it's part of your rock 'n' roll memories," Stapp said. "I should have burned that tape."
And thus the culprit behind Stapp's failed attempt at a solo career is finally identified: It was the theft and release of the videographic exploration of his own insatiable auto-erotic nipple-based hedonism that did it, and not, as was previously assumed, his sucky solo album, "The Great Divide," which opened at number 19 to scathing reviews, then promptly tumbled off the charts.