The saga of Creed frontman Scott Stapp continues, but this time his teenage son Jagger is apparently weighing in.

The Creed vocalist has undergone a public meltdown of sorts, first posting a video revealing that all his finances have been drained, that he's been under a vicious attack and claiming that he's sober and committed to finding those responsible for his current woes.

Meanwhile, his wife has filed for divorce, alleged that the singer had relapsed into substance abuse and petitioned to have him held on a 60-day psych hold. After the week of video postings, Stapp launched a fundraising account seeking $480,000 for a new album and book that he's writing.

The vocalist has maintained through this that his kids are important to him and that he wants the truth to be told. But Stapp's son Jagger apparently does not appear to be buying what his dad is stating.

Stapp had been documenting his music playlist on Facebook, when his 16-year-old son reportedly responded to his actions on Twitter. While Jagger Stapp's tweets are protected, the Creed Nation board posted an apparent screen shot of his comments in which the younger Stapp reportedly stated, "My dad is too busy posting songs on his FB hiding out for attention rather then [sic] getting his act together #dadstop … To all tho [sic] confused, my father once again chose drugs over his family. He needs help but refuses to get it. He's been on a 9 week binge."

The frontman's Creed bandmates have reached out to Stapp, with bassist Brian Marshall posting, "I just wanted everyone to know that I've reached out to Scott Stapp. We talked briefly yesterday and he seems to be okay … I let him know that we were all worried and if he needed a sober friend to talk to that I'm always available."

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