Cobain Rumors Confirmed After Decades

artist: Courtney Love date: 05/26/2011 category: music news

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Cobain Rumors Confirmed After Decades
Courtney Love has stated that that her former husband Kurt Cobain was "f--king well hung," before confirming the long standing rumor that he had once been officially cast by Quentin Tarantino for a role in Pulp Fiction. Speaking to GQ, Love said "Kurt had more presence and more beauty than Brad Pitt. He was a leader, he was strong, in fact he was well fucking hung, if you really want to know." She continued: "You ever wonder why he thanked Quentin [Tarantino] on the back of 'In Utero'? Quentin asked him to play Eric Stoltz's part in Pulp Fiction." In the same feature, Dave Grohl confirmed a statement made by Nirvana's former lawyer Alan Mintz, who once quoted the frontman as saying "Get me off this labelI want to sell millions of records." Grohl recalled a negotiation with a major record label in New York, where Cobain said "We want to be the biggest band in the world." In a separate interview with The Fix, Courtney Love described how she is sick to death of people calling her a "crazy drug freak." "I've been maligned as this drug freak for years, and I'm getting tired of it," she said. "That's not the way I live anymore. Obviously I've had a lot of issues in the past, but that was years ago I don't do smack. I don't do crack anymore. I've never taken Special K or Ecstasy. I've been tempted, but every time I've wanted to try Ecstasy, I was talked out of it. I did do MDMA, however, a very long time ago." She concluded: "I still can't escape the stigma for some reason. Even people like Kelly Osbourne feel free to f--k with me... She appeared on 'Fashion Police' with Joan Rivers, the b--ch called me a crackhead".
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