Limp Bizkit Isn’t Playing A Gas Station In Ohio, But The Cops Still Got Involved

It’s just one of those days when you don’t wanna wake up, unless it’s to head to Ohio to see your favorite rap-rock band, Limp Bizkit, play all their greatest rapping-rocking hits. Like the “Nookie” song, and that one about breaking stuff, and “Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle),” but NOT “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle).”

All your best friends will be there — Scumbag Scott even bought a new red Yankees hat for the occasion. Unfortunately, the speculation isn’t true: the nu metal titans aren’t performing at a gas station in Dayton, Ohio, on 4/20, despite that being the exact location and date Limp Bizkit would play on.

Rumors began to circulate online on Tuesday that Fred Durst and company would kick out the Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water jams at the Sunoco at Keowee Street and Wayne Avenue. But they were quickly shot down by the Dayton Police Department — who don’t have the manpower to deal with the Stampede of the Disco Elephants, and the haters who aren’t down with the Bizkit — and Durst himself, who, when asked about the show on Twitter, responded, “NOT TRUE.” Instead, you’ll have to settle for buying a hot dog and water at the gas station. Maybe even a cookie to stick up your yeah.

You can still catch Papa Roach at your nearest 7-Eleven. The bassist works there.

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