Back in the early 90s there was a music genre called “nu metal” with the US band Limp Bizkit considered one of its pioneering acts.
Sadly, the band’s been a little quiet on the musical front of late, having not released any new material since 2011.
But that’s not stopped lead singer Fred Durst from lying idle, the 49-year-old popping up in a new ad for second-hand online car dealer CarMax.
Mercifully, Durst manages to parody himself in the spot that features a woman whose car stereo is stuck constantly on the the Limp Bizkit classic Nookie.
Check it out the fun below:
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