It seems that all is right in the world of Limp Bizkit again, as estranged member DJ Lethal has returned to the band after apologizing for his actions during a feud that had lasted several months.

DJ Lethal had recently gone on a Twitter tirade about Bizkit. In one particular tweet, Lethal posted, "I hate a--holes that judge me for leaving a 'band' I was in for 15 years. Your like a f-n moose that got lucky!! F--- Fred Durst. I was talented and was an artist [long] before u even knew who Fred was. If [you're] gonna be a #wigger, than do your homework. #houseofpain b-tch!"

Luckily for Bizkit fans, the battle seems to have been brought to a halt, as DJ Lethal once again went to Twitter on Oct. 10. Here is a compilation of a series of Tweets from the turntablist:

I want to clear the air about limp bizkit. I have had some personal issues over the last few years that have led to some outbursts. I lot of the things I said about the band and fred was out of pain and anger. None of which I really meant deep down inside. So I think I owe it to fred,Wes,sam and john and the fans to really admit the truth. I had some problems. Be it partying on the road. Talking shit when I was drunk and causing internal conflicts. Today is the day that I can finally be a man and step up and say I’m sorry.

The rants are done. And were really embarrassing. I think the guys in the band were actually looking out,I really needed a wake up call. So to finally come clean is really hard but the weight of the world on my shoulders is even harder to carry around. I’m in a great place now and want to thank everyone who had my back through the dark times. So to all the fans and the band. I really was fkd up for a while. I’m sorry. Fred and the band are great people. We’re all human. All love!!

Feels great to finally step up to the plate. I hope we can resolve our issues because I miss my friends and band mates. FC Ty for his help. The guys in our band are true gentlemen. Giving me a second chance after the stupid shit I talked and the way I acted really shows class.LBF Now it’s time to step up to the plate and I’m hitting this ball out of the park. I was wondering how it would To be back. AMAZING!grateful”

In response, Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland tweeted out a big virtual kiss to Lethal, simply writing, "Muah! @djlethal."

And in Lethal's latest Tweet, posted Sunday (Oct. 14), he stated that he would be hitting the studio with Bizkit to write songs for their upcoming album.