Limp Bizkit Forgive DJ Lethal

artist: limp bizkit date: 10/16/2012 category: wtf?
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Limp Bizkit Forgive DJ Lethal
DJ Lethal has apologised to Limp Bizkit and re-joined the band after drug-related tensions hit the band in April. At the time, Lethal went public with rumors that he and drummer John Otto were being cut out the band. "Fred doesn't approve of our lifestyle which includes partying and fun," he said. "Having a few parties on tour doesn't mean I'm an addict." Apparently their addictions caused a serious rift in the band, and Lethal has now responded with an open apology (via Noisecreep). "I had some problems. Be it partying on the road. Talking sh-t 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. "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 fkd up for a while. I'm sorry. Fred and the band are great people. We're all human." Wes Borland soon accepted the apology:
Would you forgive DJ Lethal for the outbursts? Does he deserve a second chance? Let us know what you think in the comments.
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