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Did KISS’ Gene Simmons Pee His Pants Onstage?

What is the meaning of life? What happens after you die? Did Gene Simmons really pee himself onstage in Denver? These are the questions that are plaguing mankind! And thanks to a new video on YouTube, we can debate whether the KISS bassist-singer did indeed piss his pants during a show on June 25.

While KISS performed ‘Hide Your Heart’ at Denver’s Pepsi Center on June 25, a questionable stream of liquid cascaded down Gene Simmons’ legs, possibly emanating from the bassist’s codpiece during a singalong break. Obviously, we can’t tell what really happened just through video, but Gene Simmons himself has commented on what we’re now calling “piss-gate.”

The first question came on June 29 from a KISS fan, to which Gene responded:

Simmons also responded to a news report on his alleged onstage urination:

Taking the ribs lightly, Simmons even tweeted a few jokes:

Did Gene Simmons pee his pants or was it a stream of water poured to clean off Simmons’s stage blood? Check out the 3:42 mark of the video above (already cued up) and judge for yourselves.

KISS are currently on a summer tour with Def Leppard. For the full list of tour dates, click here.

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