"Creed" member and vocalist, Scott Stapp made an epic return on TV as he made a hilarious review about Sylvester Stallone's "Creed" movie.
Last year, "Creed" vocalist, Scott Stapp was headlined due to his bi-polar behavior, his claim that CIA is watching him, created a video to inform his fans he's penniless and was robbed, and had been rumored of drug addiction.
In an exclusive interview of ABC, Scott told the network, "I was so out of my mind, delusional, turned on everyone that I loved, made wild and crazy accusations about my wife. I thought I was being followed by the government, I mean, it was a manic paranoid, psychotic episode."
"I was driving around with ... a 12-gauge shotgun in my lap. And I thought that people were trying to kill me," he continued.
He told People magazine that he's thankful he was alive. After a series of interview, and he released that he had a psychotic break, it seems Stapp is totally recovered from prescription drug abuse.
What's up, Scott Stapp?
It seems everything goes well. As a matter of fact, Stapp, created a video that hilariously review video of Sylvester Stallone's movie "Creed." This action flick is a spin-off of "Rocky Balboa" movie.
What made Stapp's vide funny is he telling viewers that movie "Creed" is about his band.
He said on the video, "As Creed, the movie, unfolded, there wasn't much that resembled what happened in Creed, the band," he continues. "This movie has a lot of boxing. One time I punched a guy from 311, but I never actually boxed."
Watch his video below: