Courtney Love Slams Fred Durst Onstage
Courtney Love launched a vicious verbal attack on Fred Durst at a concert on Saturday, blaming the Limp Bizkit star for "the worst years in rock history."
Love was appearing onstage with her band Hole at the Edgefest festival in Dallas, Texas, and took the opportunity to rant about Durst, who was headlining the event with his band. Wrapping up her set, the outspoken rocker was heard mocking the lyrics to Limp Bizkit's 1999 hit Nookie.
She raged, "I have to say, as much as I like Fred, he brought about the worst years in rock history. That just be (sic) a fact, OK? That just be a fact. 'I did it for the nookie!' I did not do it for the nookie (sex), I did it for the rock! I'm just saying, man, he's a nice guy, but Jesus!"
Love then called out to a concertgoer wearing a hat similar to the trademark baseball cap Durst wore at the height of his fame, before giving him the middle finger.
She said, "I see (a) guy with (a) backwards baseball cap. Dude, you! You scare me! You make me feel like you're going to rape me or something, and all my children! You did it for the nookie, dude in the red baseball hat! Do you know one word to one (Hole) song? That is so lame. I'm so sorry; you're here for the nookie! I could beat your a**."
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