Bon Jovi says Trump's 'evil genius' thwarted his Bills bid

Howard Stern will be in Cleveland on April 14 to induct Bon Jovi into the Rock Hall

Howard Stern will be in Cleveland on April 14 to induct Bon Jovi into the Rock Hall

Jon Bon Jovi's failed attempt at buying the Buffalo Bills left him "brokenhearted" - and the "evil genius" of Donald Trump is partly to blame, the rock star said Wednesday. In 2014, he and his investors made a bid to buy the Bills.

Don't forget: tickets for Bon Jovi's spring leg of their "This House Is Not For Sale" tour goes on sale tomorrow (January 19) at 10 AM local time.

Bon Jovi said he was prepared to start a new chapter in his life as a professional sports team owner. Revealing that he's turned down other bands who've asked him to induct them in the past, Stern said later repeated he was honored, but anxious that despite more than three decades in radio, "I will fuck this up and you will be miserable".

Bon Jovi said the disappointment over losing the team, along with major disruptions in his music career, helped send him to therapy. "I've got a lot to say".

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Political consultant Michael Caputo told GQ and other media that by tapping into the fear he would move the team. "And then I said, you know, the truth is that nobody knows not only me but the members of the band as well as Howard". Stern says he also was afraid he was going to mess it up and Bon Jovi would be miserable.

"Our careers have paralleled, in a lot of ways, and whether it was the ups or the downs, we've come through everything together, and we do this, at this point, because we love the people that we work with".

"The guy that got it, I think he's doing a very good job".

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