THIS is the hilarious second that Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst paused the band’s live performance – after he was left unable to grasp the Yorkshire crowd chanting.
Holly Marshall was within the entrance row to see the legendary band, who had been performing on the Piece Corridor in Halifax, West Yorkshire final Saturday as a part of their Nonetheless Sucks tour.
The 20-year-old was amongst a whole bunch within the crowd from the native space, who took it upon themselves to pay homage to their dwelling county with the repeated chant of “Yorkshire“.
Nonetheless, the mantra appeared to fall on deaf ears for baffled Durst, 53, who needed to hilariously depart the stage to ask his viewers to make clear what they had been shouting, due to their thick accents.
The video reveals Durst descending the steps on the entrance of the stage wearing a white American soccer jersey and a crimson snapback cap, as his viewers chant the county identify at him.
Durst from Jacksonville, Florida, appears to be like visibly bewildered as his eyes dart between crowd members and he gazes round in confusion as to what he’s listening to.
The musician seems to be struggling to decipher what the group is shouting earlier than one useful fan holds their telephone out with the phrase Yorkshire typed out.
Durst then reads the telephone in entrance of him, hesitantly leaning into his microphone and asking: “Yorkshire?”
Met with a roar of approval from his followers, Durst then will get concerned, becoming a member of within the chant together with his personal hilarious impression of a Yorkshire accent.
Holly shared the video to social media on Friday, the place it has racked up over 27.000 likes and greater than 390 feedback from followers left in stitches.
One consumer commented: “Ahahaha that’s wonderful, nothing like a Yorkshire crowd.”
One other wrote: “Are Yorkshire the one county that do that? It could be actually bizarre if the group at Rock Metropolis began chanting ‘Nottinghamshire! Nottinghamshire!’”
A 3rd stated: “The best way he began saying ‘yorkshuh’.”
One other commented: “Made my day this! Fred even chants it in a Yorkshire accent.”
A fifth wrote: “To at the present time he nonetheless doesn’t know what a Yorkshire is.”
Talking immediately bakehouse proprietor Holly stated: “Somebody began chanting Yorkshire which normally occurs at a Yorkshire gig and he thought we was shouting nausea at him, so he got here all the way down to strive perceive what we had been saying.
“Somebody ended up writing it down on their notes app so he might perceive and when he did, he began chanting again in a fairly good Yorkshire accent!
“He liked Yorkshire and the Piece Corridor is a superb venue. It was an insane gig, he saved saying it was like 1999 however informed us to mosh safely.
“I used to be at entrance barrier which was a complete coincidence. I managed to make entrance as a result of ten individuals had been instantly pulled out by safety within the first 20 seconds on the primary track.
“I used to be already in shock however I actually didn’t anticipate him to come back all the way down to the entrance, I didn’t know what else to do aside from chant ‘Yorkshire’ at him!
“As soon as he obtained it and began chanting again it was sensible, I believe I used to be in shock for the entire gig, I additionally despatched the video to him on Instagram and he noticed it and favored it which was fairly cool.
“I simply assume all of us did it as a result of in the event you’re from Yorkshire you like the place you’re from. God’s personal nation as they are saying.
“I’ve been a fan for years so having the ability to see them in my hometown was simply fab, it actually brings in a lot enterprise for native individuals and offers Halifax a lot publicity.”