Courtney Love covered Jay-Z's "99 Problems" during her performance at the Sundance Film Festival.
"It's so genius, it either sucks or it's genius," the 48-year-old rockstar proclaimed before launching into the rapper's 2004 hit during her concert at Star Bar on Jan. 21.
The former Hole frontwoman didn't rap, opting to arrange the song into her signature angry alt-rock style. She ended the cover with a twist, singing: "I got 99 problems, but being a bitch ain't one," but still managed spark a bit of controversy by staying a little too faithful to most of the the song's lyrics -- dropping the N-word a few times.
The always entertaining singer reportedly caused a scene both on and off stage while in Park City, Utah. Sources told Fox411 that when Love stopped by the Miami Lounge gifting suite to pick up some swag including a fur coat, she looked "pretty disheveled" as she rushed in and out trying to nab various gifts from different locations.
"Courtney mentioned wearing the jacket on stage, and took a passport holder and a wallet and a fur hat," an eyewitness told the website. "She was asking if she looked crazy, but after reassurance, took it."
TAIPEI, Taiwan, Jan. 23 (UPI) -- A Taiwanese company has dubbed its latest product, a ramen noodles bowl with an iPhone dock, the "anti-loneliness bowl."
MisoSoupDesign partners Minnie Jan and Daisuke Nagatomo, who attended Columbia University together, said they were inspired to create the "anti-loneliness bowl" when they spotted a man eating alone while clutching his phone, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday.
"He just couldn't let the phone go!" Jan said. "We thought it would be a good idea to help him restore his manners."
"We did it for fun -- it's kind of sarcastic," she said of the bowl's creation. "We're not trying to promote everyone looking at their screens all the time."