Limp Bizkit Frontman Fred Durst Covered His Instagram In Nothing But Old Station Wagons

Your guess is as good as ours.

Cory Dudakby Cory Dudak
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What the f–k am I looking at here?

That’s the question you’ve likely asked yourself if you’ve stumbled upon the official Instagram account of Limp Bizkit’s own Fred Durst in the last month or so. For anyone who doesn’t remember how horrible the ’90s were, Durst is responsible for such hit songs as “Rollin’,” “Nookie” and “Break Stuff,” along with several butchered versions of some of your favorite classics like George Michael’s “Faith,” The Who’s “Behind Blue Eyes” and…wait, “My Generation” isn’t another The Who remake? Get out of here!

Fred Durst Covered His Instagram Exclusively In Old Station Wagons

Anyways, this guy is still really big overseas for some reason. But that still doesn’t explain why all of his official social media pages are nothing but this:

Monday

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Wednesday

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Friday

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Well, you get the idea. Three examples is plenty. He’s just captioning old station wagon photos with days of the week, and that’s about all we know right now. Weirder yet, virtually nobody is talking about this strange behavior or seems to have a clue why it’s happening. The best answer we could find was this:

So…I guess there you have it? We should anticipate a new Limp Bizkit album dropping in the near future. OK, maybe anticipate is too strong of a word, especially if it even remotely implies we’re excited for it. Although, I’ll admit I’m still fine with this:

Oh late ’90s/early 2000s — how we miss your questionable judgement.

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