One of the fun things about karaoke is getting the chance to sing random ass songs, hence why we enjoyed watching some of the karaoke performances from this year’s 70,000 Tons Of Metal Cruise. So why would any musician, if given the chance to choose almost ANY tune in the world, bother with performing a karaoke version of their own song?

Well, guess we could ask Fred Durst, since that’s what he did last Monday night (February 6) at Rock & Reilly’s in LA. Granted, TMZ claims that the Limp Bizkit singer did perform a few other songs with Nick Swardson and Cedric Yarbrough from Reno 911. However, the highlight from the night came from Durst performing a beatboxed (yup, you heard correctly) version of Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie.”

Fortunately (?) for us, TMZ found video of Durst’s karaoke performance. And you thought there was nothing worse than hearing the original version of “Nookie.” Check out video of the performance after the jump.

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