Gene Simmons: 'I Would Trademark The Air You Breathe If I Could'

Gene Simmons has reiterated that he has no regrets over attempting to trademark the devil horns hand gesture used by rock and metal fans all over the world.

The Kiss bassist came under fire from music fans, artists and Ronnie James Dio’s widow Wendy for the move to resister it as a trademark– with the application withdrawn two weeks after it had been filed in June this year.

Simmons later said: “Anyone who thinks that’s silly: the silliest thing I’ve ever done is wear more makeup and higher heels than your mommy. People said, ‘You can’t do that.’ Actually, bitch, I can. I can do anything I want to do.”

And in a new interview with Canada's Metro, Simmons has added to his previous comments.

He says: “You can’t please everybody. Not everybody likes Jesus, either. Instead of worrying what people think, I just go my merry way and do whatever I want to do.

“If I could, I would trademark the air you breathe. Every breath. Yes, I would.”


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