Fred Durst has called out Trump - which is a real switch up from his love of posting station wagons on Instagram...
Yep, Durst's been pretty quiet on the political front but after another stupid tweet from Trump yesterday, the Limp Bizkit singer has cracked.
Durst joins Greenday's lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong and Guns N'Roses' Axl Rose on the 2018-social-media-activist front.
Billie Joe has been very verbal about his views on Trump.
The Greenday frontman got so riled up last week after Trump made casual nuclear war banter on Twitter, he made a call for the President's impeachment.
Axl Rose also had a couple thoughts on the White House to share:
"Along with several other condescending adjectives the current WH has no room to call virtually anyone disgraceful,"
"The [White House] is the current U.S. gold standard of what can be considered disgraceful."
Although their opinions might have little consequence, rock has always stood as an insitution to fight the status quo.
Who knows what 2018 might hold musically with all these politically-charged powerhouses...