Fulgy thought of taking advantage of the fact that his parents, Viorica and Ioniță from Clejani, became known to Hollywood stars, especially Johnny Depp, who showed a special admiration for their music.
Clejanilor’s son, after an argument with his famous parents, whom he called “psychopaths”, made a shocking statement, in which he claimed that his real father was in fact the actor Johnny Depp, but not Ioniță.
According to Fulgy, this statement also reached the ears of the Hollywood star, who sent her a personal message on Instagram and which the 23-year-old posted to the story.
Johnny Depp was not at all pleased with Fulgy’s statements, so he sent him a short and vehement message, meant to fine-tune Clejan’s rebellious son.
“Fulgy, go to hell!”, The actor sent to Fulgy, in a private message on Instagram.
Johnny Depp is also the father of a boy named John Christopher “Jack” Depp III, a 19-year-old teenager. Thus, Johny quickly activated his paternal instructions and developed Fulgy with just a few words, CanCan reports.
Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp come to Bucharest
The first concerts in 2021. The Hollywood Vampires concert is scheduled for August 31, 2021 at Romexpo, according to an announcement made by the organizers on Facebook.
The first 500 tickets in each category have promotional prices and can be purchased starting December 14, at 10:00. A total of 10,000 tickets will go on sale.
The Hollywood Vampires supergroup was founded by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry in 2015. At the origin of the formation of this band was the desire to pay tribute to all the artists in the rock scene who died of excesses. The Hollywood Vampires released in the summer of 2019 their second studio album, “Rise”, mostly made up of their own compositions.
The first concerts in 2021. The band performed in Bucharest in 2016, when the founding members – Alice Cooper, Joe Perry (Aerosmith) and musician-actor Johnny Depp – were joined by Robert DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots), Matt Sorum (Guns N ‘Roses and Velvet Revolver), Tommy Henriksen (Alice Cooper Band) and composer and multi-instrumentalist Bruce Witkin.