David Crosby is speaking out against his old bandmate, Neil Young, amid the years of tension between the two musicians.
In an interview with The Guardian, Crosby opened up about their willingness to get political about certain issues and said in his estimation, Young is the most "selfish person I know."
Crosby, 80 said, "I'm a very libertarian guy and a modern thinker when it comes to politics." "Neil doesn’t really like politics. He does Neil."
The "Eight Miles High” crooner added: "Well, that's probably the most selfish, self-centered, and self-obsessed person I know. He thinks only about Neil. He will only think about Neil. Never!
Last year, Young, 75, sued the Trump 2020 campaign for copyright infringement after the president repeatedly ignored calls from the rocker to stop using his music at events, which he said gave people the incorrect idea that he supports the Republican's agenda.
The Hollywood Reporter later reported that the suit was dismissed by Young and could not be refiled.
Crosby stated that Young and he have their reasons for keeping the rift alive, but Graham Nash, his former Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young friend, shouldn't harbor any resentment towards Crosby.
Crosby acknowledged that Neil has a real beef and said, "I did not say anything bad about his girlfriend," Crosby said of Daryl Hannah, Young's now-wife.
"I said that I believed she was a prey animal. Crosby said that he could be mad at him. It's okay. Graham has changed from being the friend I used to trust to becoming a foe.
Crosby stated that he is happy with his current relationships, despite the internal schism.