Lead singer of the band had a massive ego

This 90's band that was popular for not only its own songs but a hit remake of a former hit song broke up because the lead singer of the band had a massive ego from the success and refused to be in the same vehicle or place or bus or whatever with anyone else from the band. He also demanded first access of any groupie and paid a bounty to roadies of $500 a night to who could find the best looking groupie for him to sleep with that night.

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This 90’s band that was popular for not only its own songs but a hit remake of a former hit song broke up because the lead singer of the band had a massive ego from the success and refused to be in the same vehicle or place or bus or whatever with anyone else from the band.

He also demanded first access of any groupie and paid a bounty to roadies of $500 a night to who could find the best looking groupie for him to sleep with that night.

Fred Durst

Limp Bizkit

George Michael’s “Faith”