Rocker Slash was terrified of contracting AIDS at the height of his GUNS N' ROSES fame - because he feared he'd miss out on sex.
The guitarist, who once famously said that rockers only needed to worry about AIDS if Van Halen star David Lee Roth was diagnosed with the disease, admits he took "a few" Aids tests.
And he insists he was never worried about becoming a victim and dying, but he was concerned that the disease would end his sex life.
He tells Britain's Mojo magazine, "The first time I was tested, I didn't care about the result in terms of my own mortality.
"I was more concerned about the fact that, if it was positive, I wouldn't be able to get laid for however long it took me to kick the bucket (die)."