“I was hallucinating,” he said. “I drove around the United States for a month, following an angel that I saw on the hood of my car.”
The post has since been deleted.
In a 911 call, Stapp’s wife says the Creed frontman left the house on a bike and was shirtless, carrying a backpack filled with documents regarding his Obama plot and tools.
Whether you’re a Creed fan or not, there is no denying that Scott Stapp nearly ruined America’s pastime in 2010.
Stapp’s wife, who filed for divorce recently, states the former Creed singer is “a paranoid shell who has threatened to kill himself and harm his family.”
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