Limp Bizkit, DJ Lethal Mend Fences

Limp Bizkit

I guess Limp Bizkit and DJ Lethal are friends again.

Lethal took to the webernets to say that it’s all good between him and the washed-up nu metal messes.

“I want to clear the air about Limp Bizkit,” writes Lethal. “I have had some personal issues over the last few years that have led to some outbursts. I lot of the things I said about the band and Fred was out of pain and anger. None of which I really meant deep down inside. So I think I owe it to Fred, Wes, Sam and John and the fans to really admit the truth. I had some problems. Be it partying on the road. Talking shit when I was drunk and causing internal conflicts. Today is the day that I can finally be a man and step up and say I’m sorry.”

I guess Lethal’s in a program? That sounds like 12-step talk to me.

“The rants are done. And were really embarrassing. I think the guys in the band were actually looking out, I really needed a wake up call. So to finally come clean is really hard but the weight of the world on my shoulders is even harder to carry around. I’m in a great place now and want to thank everyone who had my back through the dark times. So to all the fans and the band. I really was f[uc]k[e]d up for a while. I’m sorry. Fred and the band are great people. We’re all human. All love!!”

I just vomited from utter disgust.

“Feels great to finally step up to the plate. I hope we can resolve our issues because I miss my friends and band mates. FC Ty for his help. The guys in our band are true gentlemen. Giving me a second chance after the stupid shit I talked and the way I acted really shows class. LBF Now it’s time to step up to the plate and I’m hitting this ball out of the park. I was wondering how it would To be back. AMAZING! Grateful.”

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.

  • davisss

    The Real Housewives of Limp Bizkit

  • whodat

    Chris Harris is the only thing that’s washed up in here.