Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts performed in Boston, Mass., recently and the singer seems to have disappointed several fans who paid for VIP tickets to the event. The VIP package included meeting the musicians and snapping a picture with Weiland after their performance. On a Stone Temple Pilots forum called Below Empty, several VIP tickets holders from that event expressed their disappointment in Weiland’s rude and abrupt behavior.

One forum user called PigsinZen explained what happened to him. “When I get up there Scott didn’t even look at me when I was talking to him, he put his arm around me and literally said 'lets get this s--t done with,' he said. “I felt so betrayed after spending so much money to support him over the years. Scott should not be saying that when people paid 150$ for a brief picture with him after the show. He obviously wants no part of the meet and greet and that's fine if he doesn’t market one.”

Another fan and VIP ticket holder with the username Matthew recalled, “I did the meet and greet as well and he said 'let’s suck a d-ck!' to me and that was it. Over and done in 10 seconds. He was definitely drunk and ready to get outta there. I was about as drunk as he was so I didn’t really feel disappointed until looking back today. It’s funny, but also disappointing.”

Another forum poster recalled a similar experience, “It’s finally my turn….. I walk up and tell scott something along the lines of 'I just wanted to tell you I have been a fan for 20 years' Scott then interrupts me and says something like OK hurry up I don’t want to hear it. I stand next to him and smile for my picture… mean while {sic] he was complaining the whole 5 seconds that it was taking too long. I will NEVER pay to shake his hand again. I am glad I did it…. but when the day comes to put the Bucket List in order of awesomeness…. Scott is going down to the bottom.”

Many forum users made sure to point out how good Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts' performance was that night and how kind and nice the other members of the band were to them, both after the show and during the VIP meet-and-greet.

This was the last performance listed for the group until April 25 when they play the Welcome to Rockville festival in Jacksonville, Fla. Weiland's new album Blaster comes out on March 31 and you can pre-order it now on Amazon and iTunes.

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