Joey Jordison was not gay. There is no clue which proves that the famous drummer was bisexual or homosexual.
Slipknot Band’s favorite Joey Jordison was an American musician and songwriter, who is also a guitarist for horror punk named Murderdolls.
Was Joey Jordison Gay?
No information about Jordison being gay or homosexual has been revealed until now.
Joey has also not talked about his sexuality but he certainly was not gay at all and if we go for his looks, Joey was quite a masculine man with adoration towards the LGBTQ+ community.
Joey Jordison was one of the founding members of the famous rock metal band Slipknot.
Meet Joey Jordison Wife: His Family
Drummer Joey had never married and did not have a wife.
However, it is known that he was in a relationship with his girlfriend named Amanda Victoria, but Joey did not even have any children.
Talking about Jordison’s family, he came from an American family.
He was born to Steve Jordison and Jackie Jordison, and his actual name was Nathan Jonas Jordison, moreover, he also had two younger sisters.
Jordison’s family raised him in a rural area outside of Waukee where he used to play basketball on the street in front of his house.
However, it is known that Joey’s parents divorced when he was young and he along with his two sisters lived with their mother.
Joey was suffering from acute transverse myelitis with symptoms starting in 2010, and on July 26, 2021, he died in his sleep at the age of 46 years.
Joey Jordison Net Worth Revealed
Songwriter Joey’s total net worth before his death was known to be $6 million. He had earned a huge amount of money from his career as he was one of the most loved drummers of all time.
Moreover, he had also earned some additional amount of money from his merchandise as well as from the merchandise of the great musical band named Slipknot.
He used to live a very lavish lifestyle with the money he had earned throughout his career.
Jordison was voted the best drummer of the previous 25 years by readers of Rhythm magazine, and in September 2013, he was named the world’s greatest metal drummer by readers of Loudwire.
The professional drummer was also honored with The Golden God Award at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards.