Date: February 24

There are many reasons for Rome's fall, though none more important than the empire becoming far too big for its own good. That moment, for YMCMB, came with the arrival of Fred Durst, the red-hatted front singer of Limp Bizkit.

After Lil' Wayne announced the pick-up on radio, Durst took to Twitter: "The game is missing danger, electricity, and rock n roll! Cash Money Limp Bizkit...rock shit doesn't rock anymore! They say the whole game done went pop so I'm back in this ho!" (In the same interview, Wayne said that they were close to signing Ashanti, which shows how screwed up everything is.)

There are many reactions one could have to this, probably none of them positive, unless you think of Fred Durst being forced to sit next to Gudda Gudda on the bus to YMCMB HQ every morning.