Lemmy’s Ashes Were Put In Bullets And Given To Close Friends
Late Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister‘s ashes were put in bullet casings and given to his close friends.
Riki Rachtman, a TV and radio personality popular for hosting MTV‘s “Headbanger’s Ball,” confirmed the news.
“Before his death Lemmy asked for his ashes to be put in some bullets and handed out to his closest friends,” Rachtman tweeted. “Today I received a bullet and was literally brought to tears.”
Lemmy, the legendary frontman and bassist of Motorhead, died in December 2015 at 70 years old from prostate cancer and heart failure.
Last year, former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash had also posted a similar message on social media. He posted an image of one of the Lemmy bullets, noting that it had been given to Ugly Kid Joe‘s Whitfield Crane.
“Lemmy (RIP) from Motorhead asked that his ashes be put in some bullet and given out to his closest friends,” Cash explained. “Last night one was presented to my mate Whitfield Crane whilst we were having dinner at Lemmy’s bar in ‘The Rainbow.'”
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