Gene Simmons has shared his views on money for his new book.
Gene Simmons doesn’t think women should marry men who don’t have large bank accounts.
The Kiss rocker has pooled together his pearls of wisdom for new book Me, Inc., in which he shares the business advice that has seen him become a huge success.
Money is important to Gene, and he suggests people shouldn’t get hitched until they are financially stable.
“Women should not marry young men because they don’t have money yet and they can’t support you. The first thing you need is money,” Gene shared with FOX411. "The smart move if you are going to have a child, have one, it’s viable.
“If you’re a man, why not wait till your mid-30s or 40s to get married? Women who are young and see a young, good looking man think they see a man but really he’s a 14-year-old horny boy. He’s young, dumb and full of c*m. He can’t understand what you’re saying.”
The 65-year-old also shared his scathing views on those who receive government handouts without working for them. Instead of just taking, he suggests working for that money in the local community.
Gene – along with Kiss bandmates Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer – has enjoyed fame the world over, which in turn has generated a lot of cash for the men.
However, the long-haired singer never turned to any vices while riding the wave of success, as he saw it as a waste of money.
“Becoming a drug addict or alcoholic is very expensive, forget about the health risks. I’m not your mommy shaking my finger in front of you. I’m just saying these decisions will cost you a lot of money,” he expressed. "Every day above ground will either cost you money or make you money and you are your own limited liability corporation if you will.
“You have to make much more money than you spend. You have to have a long range plan. Life is like carbs. They taste so good and it’s so easy to take in, like money is so easy to spend, but you’re going to become one fat b*****d before you know it unless you control yourself.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2014
Tuesday, 21. October 2014