Ohio Pranksters Promote Fake Limp Bizkit Gas Station Concert
Despite the launch of a Facebook event page, you will not find Limp Bizkit rocking a gas station today (April 20). It appears as though pranksters decided to have a laugh, claiming that Fred Durst's crew were going to be playing a Sunoco station in Dayton, Ohio for a 4/20 bash.
Though the Facebook page has a fake tweet from Limp Bizkit teasing the 4/20 show at the Sunoco as its banner and there is a flyer for the show floating around online, enough people felt it was convincing enough that Dayton police got involved, posting a message to their Twitter account that the show was indeed fake.
A closer look at the site shows a number of humorous polls for questions with fake answers and additional posters helping to perpetrate the fiction that the show was going to happen. Someone even tweeted the band about it, to which Limp Bizkit responded, "Total BS."
So for those looking to spend their $3 dollar bills with their significant other on 4/20 with Limp Bizkit at the Dayton Sunoco, take a look around, it's all counterfeit. At present, the band only has shows booked in South America for May.
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