LIMP BIZKIT's Durst: Wes Was An "Outsider"

January 29, 2002

LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst revealed to radio host Howard Stern during his appearance on Stern's show yesterday that former BIZKIT axeman Wes Borland told the rest of the group that their genre of music was over when he announced his decision to leave the band. Durst also indicated that has was glad that Wes was no longer part of the group if he was unhappy being in LIMP BIZKIT, and he referred to Borland as an outsider who usually had his own dressing room during his time with the act. Fred also brought up the fact that Wes has done some interviews where he said that he was just in the band for the money, which ultimately led to his decision to quit the group.

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