Motley Crue's Tommy Lee Says 'Bye Felicia' to Donald Trump After Impeachment Vote

Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee took to Twitter to send President Donald Trump a message, after the Impeachment vote, telling the Commander-in-Chief, "Bye Felicia!" The rock 'n' roll icon has long been and outspoken critic of Trump, frequently posting about the President on social media. Many of Lee's fans and followers have since commented on the post, with many seeming to disagree with his take in the matter. Funny thing is, I think a majority of this country thinks he is no longer Pres. There is a high probability he will be re elected."

It still has to go through the senate guys. He won’t be impeached in the senate. Highest numbers in history! KEEP AMERICA GREAT!" another user exclaimed.

"I love Mötley Crüe but I’m also a Trump supporter. And even though he has been impeached he is still president unless the Senate votes to remove him from office. So whether you like it or not, Trump is still your president. Trump 2020," someone else tweeted.

Not everyone disagreed with Lee, however, as one follower defended his stance. "You may say he will stay in, but you got to remember that if you Republicans say that it is okay to abuse power, then you are saying it is okay for every other future elected President to do the same, and that is s—ing on democracy!..which USA was founded on!!" they wrote.

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"NO bye bye yet, the Senate will never kick him out the door, but to be fair he will have that Scarlet Letter forever," one other fan added.

As many of Lee's followers pointed out, the Impeachment vote now moves on to the Senate.