Ville Valo comments on Bam Margera’s latest matches – ‘It must stop’

Earlier HI M singer Will Valo turned to his old friend Bam Margera‘s recent matches in a new NME video interview prior to January. 13 release of Valo’s solo album under the band name VV, Neon Noir.

Valo said it was like watching Margera turn into a “monster,” that “it has to stop.”

Years before HAM breakup in 2017, the gothic rock band, and Margera were heavily intertwined in their careers. Recently, however, the two parties appeared to be on shakier terms — Margera even suggested that following Valo’s lead led to his alcoholism.

Watch the video at the bottom of this post.

Last week, Margera, the media personality and former Jackass star whose substance abuse allegedly got him fired from most recent Jackass moviethe guy said Jackass– uhh Steve-O he”basically was declared dead” having been hospitalized with COVID-19 and pneumonia in December 2022. Margera var in and out of rehab last year after to complete a 12-month stay.

This week, when asked if he still keeps in touch with Margera, Valo explained: “I haven’t heard from him in a while. I think the last time I saw him was during our last tour in the US with him, which was in 2017. We tried to contact him… But I haven’t been able to reach out in that sense or talk to him.”

The former HIM singer continued: “I hope he’s better because he’s a nice guy. He’s a sensitive, special guy. And it’s just sad to see him turn into the monster he’s turned into. I think I can understand some of that, but it has to stop.”

Valo added: “It won’t lead to anything better or anything beautiful. He has a beautiful family – both his own and then his parents [Phil and April Margera] and his brother [CKY’s Jesse Margera] and all that. And he has a lot of people who care about him. So I hope he can take a break from all the extracurricular activities and concentrate on the essentials.”

Watch Valo discuss Margera at 23:55 below.

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