D’Arcy Wretzky has given her first in-depth interview in 20 years to "Alternative Nation." The interview spans from the time Wretzy left the band in 1999, the struggles she and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan faced then and apparently, are still dealing with today.
"It took me a long time to not care, and not hate (Billy),” says Wretzky. “Now I don’t hate him… I laugh at his antics, and I’m going to go about my own life, but I don’t feel sorry for him. I do think he needs to get an MRI though."
As for that reunion, it seems Wretzky is pretty bummed. “There’s nothing that you could say that I didn’t try, because I really, really, really care, and I really wanted to do this way more than they did. I really wanted to do it," she explains. "I thought we could do it right this time, but Billy just can’t do it.”
- Wretzky goes into more detail about her feelings on Corgan (like they were never friends, they've never even been real cordial and she thinks he likes to douche people over) and why she thinks things turned out the way they did ("I honestly think he may have a brain tumor. He’s always been insufferable.") in the full interview HERE.
Source: Alternative Nation