* Limp Bizkit allowed female audience members to attend their concerts for free during an early tour.
* The band does not think that DigitalPiracyIsEvil. In fact, [[DigitalPiracyIsOkay they encourage file sharing]], because downloaders pay to see them in concert or buy the albums if they enjoy the music.
* In the year 2000, when everybody and their dog was suing Napster for contributory copyright infringement, they instead embarked on a summer tour of free shows sponsored by the makers of the eponymous file-sharing software. Fred Durst, the band's frontman, even issued a scathing Main/TakeThat to ''the entire rest of the industry'':
-->'''Fred Durst''': "We could care less about the older generation's need to keep doing business as usual, we care more about what our fans want and our fans want music on the Internet."
* The underground rap group Azylum Inmates, whose members are Music/LimpBizkit fans, sent a series of tweets to Fred Durst's Twitter account encouraging Durst to check out their [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9eJc0dtSbU first music video]]. Durst ended up [[http://twitter.com/freddurst/status/47806879623168001 giving the group props]], which increased the group's recognition.
* Wes Borland ''successfully persuades'' a critic to change their rating of ''Gold Cobra'' from 1/5 to 2/5, [[http://www.antiquiet.com/interviews/2011/06/gold-cobra-rebuttal-wes-borland-vs-antiquiet/ with some very well thought-out conversation between the two of them]].