Gene Simmons thinks Taylor Swift 'worries too much'

KISS bassist Gene Simmons thinks Taylor Swift "worries too much" about others.

Gene Simmons thinks Taylor Swift 'worries too much'

Gene Simmons thinks Taylor swift worries too much about "people's feelings".

The 66-year-old KISS singer has claimed he's never needed to be surrounded by friends like the 'Bad Blood' hitmaker, who is renowned for hanging around with her so-called squad of pals.

Speaking to the Big Issue magazine ahead of his appearance at HeavyCon - the world's largest rock and metal fan convention taking place in Birmingham in September - Gene said: "Taylor Swift is a wonderful girl - I've met her, she's sweet, charming and kind - but this idea of going in a group of people to events, it's not in my DNA. "I've always been happy. I've never had the need to have friends. Friends demand time, watering - 'why did you say that? You hurt my feelings'... I don't want to worry about people's feelings."

Gene, who rose to fame in the 70s as bass guitarist and co-lead singer of rock band KISS, also revealed that when he was a teenager, he wanted to be president so that he could eradicate everything that's wrong with humanity in a "very violent" way.

He said: "When I was 16 I imagined myself as president. But when I learned what the job don't really get much power for yourself. So I guess what I really meant was, I wanted to be a benevolent dictator. If i was a benevolent dictator I would cure the ills of humanity but in a very violent way...

"If you're a drug addict, you have six months to get clean and if you don't, you get sent to the gulag. I'm making the world a better place, but it's violent. I'm not like Neville Chamberlain. That guy was a f****g moron. You cannot reason with evil people."

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