VH1's RACHEL PERRY Recalls Being Threatened By LIMP BIZKIT Frontman

In a recent interview with The-Trades.com, VH1's Rachel Perry recalled some of her most unforgettable celebrity interviews. While each interview has been a memorable experience for her, she was particularly impressed by Kid Rock's straightforward nature. "Kid Rock's pretty down to earth," she comments. "He just kind of tells it like it is. There's no bullshit. He's pretty honest."

An interview with LIMP BIZKIT's Fred Durst also proved to be an unforgettable experience for Perry, but for a much different reason. During the interview, he stole her cameraman's tape and threatened physical violence against her. She recalls, "What I was thinking at the time was, 'Oh my God, what did I just do? Oh my God, is he going to hit me? Is he looking for something to hit me with?' And then walking out, I was just trying not to cry. I thought, 'Oh my God, am I going to lose my job?'" Read more.

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