Michael Clifford and Luke Hemmings apparently despised the article from Rolling Stone magazine because it hardly talked about them as a band.
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Dec 28, 2015
jonathanlewisforcongress.com – Not only the boys of 5 Seconds of Summer were naked on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, but also in the interview. The foursome talked candidly about sex on tour and their junks, upsetting several fans who wouldn”t accept their wild confessions.
The Australian band were totally naked in the cover revealed on Saturday, December 26 with only their hands covering their modesty. Calum Hood, Luke Hemmings, Ashton Irwin, and Michael Clifford were all butt naked and covered in painted phrases and words such as “Talk, talk, talk”, “Catch Fire”, and “Great Escape”.
But the one causing the buzz was their blunt talk. Speaking of their relationship with female fans on and off the stage, Hemmings admitted that “they took full advantage of the attention. They were wildest on their easy tours, when they”d go to bars to mingle with fans after shows.”
The article continued, ” “When you put 4 young dudes on a tour bus, playing theaters, then arenas, you”re going to have sex with a lot of girls, I guess”, says Hemmings. “We had a good time.” Multiple girls in one night? “Feel like I shouldn”t says” he says with a smirk.
“You could say the possibility of this is high …the possibilities are endless”.”
Hood admitted that he was “a bit reckless” when he first started receiving attention from girls. He also talked about his naked picture that made it out online. “It had actually happened awhile beforehand- he could tell from his lack of tattoos. “It was kind of a blessing in a way, because nothing that bad could actually happen to me again”, he says, smoking on the porch at the bands house. “If another photo of my d*** came out, it will just be, like, “Oh! It”s his d*** again!” ” the excerpt read. “Now, I”m just working on sex tape. I”ll call Pamela up, like “Hey, it”s been awhile. We really need to hype this band up!”
Twitter had been talking about this Rolling Stone issue and spawned the trending #WeAreProudOfYou5SOS on Friday. Clifford commented, “I hate when people include everything in an article EXCEPT the reason we”re a band; the fans.” Hemmings also added in a now-deleted tweet, “How about we talk about the music and the fans…the only reason a band is a band.”