Guns N' Roses' Attorney to Dr Pepper: You "Ruined" Axl's Big Day
On Friday, we mentioned how Axl Rose had sicced his attorney on Dr Pepper, claiming that the Plano-based beverage maker had broken its promise to the American peoples when it failed to dispense a soda to every man, woman and child in the U.S. following the release of Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy. Well, yesterday Advertising Age posted Alan Gutman's missive to Dr Pepper Snapple Group president Larry Young, and it's a full-blown giggle as evidenced by the click-to-expand excerpt below. Because, c'mon, the only thing that "ruined" the day of Chinese Democracy's release was Chinese Democracy's release. --Robert Wilonsky
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