FRED DURST: 'Agreeance' Is A Word

LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst has shot back at the critics slamming him for his use of the word "agreeance" during his anti-war speech at the Grammy Awards. In a posting at, Durst writes, "Oh, by the way, AGREEANCE is a word according to the OXFORD-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. So the dumb asses at the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER and everyone else who didn't bother to check are welcome to intern at FLAWLESS RECORDS until they learn enough about journalism to write for a major daily newspaper. I love you and kiss my ass!"


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