When Cash Money signed Limp Bizkit last year, front man Fred Durst found out he and Lil Wayne had more in common than just their love for hip-hop and rock music.
In an interview with XXL, Durst explained that he took full advantage of the half pipe located at the studio after joining YMCMB, and soon was accompanied by the New Orleans-native. This inevitably sparked an "organic" rapport between the two MC's:
"Wayne would come out and just be skating, and we sort of bonded through our mutual love for skateboarding to be honest. We started talking and just became friends that way. He said that we’re family now and it’s all good and, honestly it was strictly through skateboarding."
He also discussed Limp Bizkit's upcoming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants, which is spearheaded by the Weezy-assisted single "Ready to Go."
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