Report: Limp Bizkit to Fire Two Original Members


Report: Limp Bizkit to Fire Two Original Members
Drummer John Otto who is the black list said, 'You can't push away the people who helped you get there.'


Limp Bizkit reportedly are in trouble and will split again after reuniting for a little over a year. Frontman Fred Durst, according to TMZ, is looking forward to sack two of the original members, DJ Lethal and drummer John Otto.

The plans to release a new record under their new label Cash Money are put on hold due to the changes that Durst wants to make. The vocalist allegedly had a "new vision" for the group which excludes the two members. It was their partying habits that eventually drove Durst into the decision because he didn't see the lifestyle fit with his.

Durst gives Lethal and Otto an ultimatum to work out the issues. Responding to the report, Lethal told TMZ, "We've worked together the last 4 years to bring Limp Bizkit back to where it is today ... and to just be thrown out on the street after the band gets a new deal and a new chance at life isn't cool."

He added, "You can't push away the people who helped you get there. The fans should know that if 2/5 of the original band are not playing at the concerts, it wont be truthful to them."

© AceShowbiz.com


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