Snoop Dogg isn't the only music superstar offering services to Twitter.
On the weekend, Elon Musk posted a poll to Twitter asking users if he should remain the ringleader of the social media platform.
57% of people who voted in his poll voted for him to step down. No action has been taken yet, despite 17.5 million users voting for Musk to resign. Famous rapper Snoop Dogg then ran his own questionnaire, asking, "Should I run Twitter?" to which 80% of 3,398,119 votes opted YES.
Yesterday, Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst threw his hat in the ring and reached out to the billionaire. "@elonmusk good morning, sir," he wrote. "Myself and @limpbizkit are available for any help you may want or need at Twitter. Happy Holidays."
Earlier this year, it was announced that Limp Bizkit drummer John Otto is participating in a reality dance series.
The PRP noted: "John Otto, drummer of the notorious multi-platinum nü-metal band Limp Bizkit, has taken to participating in a reality dance competition. If you’ve not been keeping up with him since his absence from the road last year, you may be surprised to see him and his daughter Ava among the contestants on the new CBS series Come Dance With Me.
The series is led by children trained in dance teaming up with their inexperienced parents. "The contestants are then tasked with performing their elaborate dance routines in front of a panel of celebrity judges with the grand prize winner walking away with $100,000."
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Did you have Elon Musk and Nine Inch Nails legend Trent Reznor beefing on your 2022 bingo card? We sure didn't.
Reznor vocalist revealed that he would quit Twitter in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter while promoting his and Atticus Ross's score for the new film Bones And All.
When he was asked about the state of the social media platform under Elon Musk, Reznor responded: "Embarrassment. I'm about to depart. We don't need the arrogance of the billionaire class to feel like they can just come in and solve everything."
The billionaire social media owner has fired back, calling Reznor a "crybaby" for leaving Twitter. Replying to a tweet about Musk allowing US President Donald Trump's return to the platform, Musk randomly shot at Reznor, writing, "And it turns out that Trent “nine inch nails” Reznor is actually a crybaby" with a cry-laughing emoji.
We'll see how Fred Durst goes.