Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has posted the following message on the band’s official web site:
Happy new beginnings to the [Limp Bizkit] army. A reality check for the posers is what 2005 has in store. Fu** them all.
When I say posers, I don’t exactly mean haters. We are all haters in some form and display this at some point in our lives.
Posers, to me, are people who are doing things in their lives, specifically making music for the masses without it being honest and consisting of what they are truly about inside themselves, but more like a half-assed attempt to create a formula that displays their true colors aren’t so true.
Quality of music or the success of a band does not determine whether someone is a poser to me personally. It’s when you know in your heart that someone’s sh** is as phony as a fu**ing three-dollar bill.
Regardless of being liked or disliked, even hated, I can sleep at night knowing I’ve always been true to what I feel inside and have never gave a sh** about what anyone thinks about it. I’m on my own path and have stayed true to my heart my whole existence. I also don’t believe someone is a poser when they have an identity crisis and are only trying to find their way to get to the next level of their life.
But this is all my perspective and I am an individual with my own views and perceptions. So don’t confuse what I am saying and think my revenge has anything to do with haters and those who don’t understand Limp Bizkit and myself.
I told you I think it’s cool to be a hater because I happen to be one myself. Clarity is on my side right now and remember, beauty is through the eye of the beholder.