COURTNEY LOVE: FRED DURST Is Done

Courtney Love posted another rambling message on the HOLE message board with attacks on LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst over the Britney Spears fiasco. She says, "He's creepy — he's just creepy and he's also gone. There was a genius thing in the NME about the moment when something/one is DONE. They called it 'Fonzie riding the shark.' When Fred said to me third person, 'You need to hear my acoustic songs — it's another side of Fred', that was his Brett Micheals [sic] moment. And then THE STROKES buried his ass in sand. Watching him struggle will be ugly, so turn your head."

Meanwhile, New York Post reported today that Britney Spears is furious Durst for writing "Just Drop Dead", which she believes is about her. "Fred wrote three songs for Britney's album and she has dumped them all," a pal of Britney's reportedly said. "She doesn't want anything to do with him."

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