Nikki Sixx

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Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx has just become the latest celebrity to flee the liberal-run state of California, joining the mass exodus from the state by moving to Wyoming in search of a “better place” to raise his daughter.

December 11, 1958. Nikki Sixx is born as Frank Carlton Serafino Feranna, Jr. in San Jose, California, United States. He is an American bassist and the main songwriter for the glam metal band Mötley Crüe. pic.twitter.com/nRqrUhXBwo

— 𝑯𝑬𝑨𝑽𝒀 𝑴𝑬𝑻𝑨𝑳Ⓒ (@HeavyMetal_999) December 11, 2022

Sixx Flees California – Moves To Wyoming

Sixx, 65, revealed this week that he and his wife Courtney, 38, have moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming with their 4 year-old daughter Ruby. Though Sixx was born and raised in California, and has lived there all his life, he has no regrets about moving to Wyoming.

“It just really clears our head and allows us to reset,” Sixx told People Magazine. “We spend a lot of time outside. I mean, the whole point of being here is to really be outside whether you’re into skiing or fishing or hiking or being up on the lakes or snowmobiling.”

“And it’s very social here, so it’s fantastic for us,” he added. “I wake up and I’m like, ‘I can’t think of a place I’d rather be.’ And to be able to still be creative at 65 and have a wonderful family and be surrounded by good friends. I’m very grateful.”

Sixx Was Desperate To Leave Los Angeles

Sixx also revealed to Fox News that he and his wife had originally just been trying to find a way to get out of Los Angeles.

“We originally started the conversation like, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to get a little place where we can go during the summer and take the kids fishing?’” he recalled. “Or, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to go somewhere where we can go skiing together in the winter?’”

“We just kept talking about it, but it never happened,” Sixx continued. “Then the pandemic hit. Like many people, we were looking around the country. It seemed like everybody was running towards these rural areas, but it’s something that’s been on our minds for a long time.”

Sixx eventually concluded that there was no reason for him to keep his family in California.

“I felt like my journey took me back to a place where I can go fishing and see the mountains,” he explained. “And then one day, my wife was like, ‘Why are we still here in California? This is a better place to raise our daughter.’ We find ourselves coming down to Los Angeles to see friends. But then we are happy to go back home. And we spend 95% of our time in Wyoming. It’s home.”

A rare thing because I’m more of a Mick Mars fan than Nikki Sixx , but I thought this photo of Nikki with Ruby was too wholesome and I had to share this. pic.twitter.com/vAGW6jTQmY

— crimson&clovers (@BallroomOfMarz) September 28, 2020

Related: ‘Superman’ Dean Cain Flees Liberal California – ‘People Are Flocking Out Of There In Droves’

Dean Cain Flees California

Sixx is just one of many celebrities who have recently fled the liberal state of California. Another is the former “Superman” star Dean Cain, who has no regrets about moving from Malibu to Las Vegas, Nevada.

“I had to leave California,” Cain, 57, recently told The Messenger. “California has gone crazy in a sense. There’s been so much. Look at the taxation. Look at the regulations. Look at the silly laws that have been passed.”

“There were things that I didn’t agree with, and I’ve been voting here and living here and working here my entire life,” he added. “I finally got to a place where I was like, I don’t agree with this.”

Related: Christian Comedian Bill Engvall Flees California Due To ‘Insane’ Taxes – Settles In Utah

Scott Baio Leaves California

The former “Happy Days” star Scott Baio also recently fled California to move to Florida due to rising homelessness and crime.

“I see people… When I drive with my kid, I gotta turn her head away. She’s 14 years old. I see people defecating on the sidewalk,” Baio lamented during a call with the Clay & Buck show earlier this year. “You see people in parks shooting up. There’s people passed out everywhere. I mean it. It’s not the isolated. It’s all over the place. And I’m about ready to get out of the state. So, you know, just so you guys know, that it’s no joke out here.”

“I think, probably since Governor Newsom, it’s really gotten bad, and maybe a little before that. So, maybe four or five years ago,” he continued. “It’s just… It’s out of control, guys. Listen, I’ve been here for 45, almost 50 years. I’ve seen this place go from an absolute paradise into a cesspool…”

After 45 years, I’m making my way to finally “exit stage right” from California.

“The most recent survey conducted by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority found approximately 69,000 people experiencing homelessness in L.A. County and 41,000 in the city in 2022.” pic.twitter.com/fBCeNyhhhx

— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) May 3, 2023

Liberals have run California into the ground, and they’re paying the price for it by losing people like Sixx, Cain, Baio, and countless others. In the end, if the leftists who have taken over California don’t start making some changes to their ridiculous policies, they can only expect to lose more people in the future.

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