Aaron Lewis Goes On F-Bomb-Filled Rant On Limp Bizkit Guitarist, Wes Borland

April 17, 2018

It's strange out a single, brief encounter in an airport between two musicians can suddenly turn into a giant drama-filled feud.

While performing his solo acoustic show at the Orleans Showroom Theater in Las Vegas, NV, Lewis took time to vent his frustrations and tell his side of the story of how his feud with Borland started. "I saw this motherf**king bougie motherf**ker riding on a f**king golf cart in an airport to his gate," said Lewis. "I ended up at a gate really close to him. I went up to him. I said, 'Wes, what's up, brother? I miss you. I haven't seen you in forever. How have you been?' Good,' this, that and the other thing. I'm, like, 'Where are you headed?' He's, like, 'I'm headed home — to Los Angeles.' And I'm, like, 'Hey, motherfucker, that ain't home. Remember — you're from Jacksonville, f**king Florida.' That's how it went down." 

"And for that — for that — for reminding my brother, one of the people that are responsible for me standing in front of you this evening, reminding my f**king brother where the f**k he's from… And now I'm the biggest piece of s**t to ever f**king walk the face of the earth," Lewis added. "So, you know what? Wes Borland, you bougie motherf**ker, I give all the credit to this next song to Fred. F**k you."

Upon hearing Lewis' comments, Borland posted a text message on his Instagram account with the comment, "Hopefully this means that I never have to endure interacing with him again."

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