Courtney Love Is Super Mature; Totally Sane; Absolutely Didn’t Flip Out At Kurt Cobain Poster

If ‘crazy’ could be bottled up and sold Ms. Courtney Love would be the Evian source, spouting seemingly endless amounts of pure, undiluted insanity every hour of every day. When she’s not Tweeting sociopathic (yet utterly hilarious) rants at ex-lover Billy Corgan or soon-to-be-hugely-famous ex-daughter Frances Bean, Courtney can be found yelling at the very crowds that pay her bills. This time, she focused her vitriol at a young Brazilian fan who waved a Kurt Cobain poster at her gig, refusing to play and then storming off the stage. Because that’s what a sane person would do. 

While directing a rant at the poor poster-waving fan, she mentioned Nirvana bandmate Dave Grohl’s arena rock band Foo Fighters, before promptly leaving the stage. Minutes later, the crowd enticed her back with chants of … drum roll please … "Foo Fighters are gay". A smiling Courtney then bounded back onto the stage and proceeded to finish the show. 
 
What does this say about her? Cobain died under mysterious circumstances, with more heroin in his system than would allow him to finish dosing himself. Love’s never-ending supply of ‘crazy’ does draw a source from near constant accusations that she had something to do with his murder and subsequent coverup; the details of which are showcased spectacularly by Nick Broomfield’s documentary ‘Kurt & Courtney’. She might be one fracas away from a stint on Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab, but that is what we have come to expect from her. Check out the video of the event here, and tell us what you think. Crazy, or crazy like a fox?

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