Well everyone's favourite potty mouth Courtney Love has left us little choice but to write another story on her showcasing her foul language and general bad behaviour.
We uncovered some fantastic footage of Courtney performing with her outfit Hole at a concert in Sao Paulo, Brazil this week, where she berated an audience member for holding up a picture of her late husband Kurt Cobain.
Soon after this, she chucked a massive hissy fit and walked off stage in an expletive filled rant, with her band following sheepishly behind her.
"I don't need to see a picture of Kurt, a**hole, and I'm gonna have you f*cking removed if you keep holding it up," she said.
"I'm not Kurt. I have to live with his f*cking sh*t, and his ghost, and his kid, every day. Throwing that up is stupid and rude."
In the clip below one of her band mates is shown eventually coming back out, addressing the audience and telling them that if they wanted to see Courtney Love back on stage they'd have to chant "Foo Fighters are gay."
A relieved Courtney who is lurking in the background hoping to be cheered back on stage finally comes back out and cryptically yells: "I don't care what you listen to at home, but if a guy takes money off my kid's table, f*ck him."
Pardon? Watch the video below to see Courtney lose her temper (and possibly her credibility), but be warned -- there is a high volume of explicit words throughout the clip!
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