The Hole rocker admitted that her approach to using sites like Twitter is what led to her recent lawsuit with designer Dawn Simorangkir, which cost her over $430,000 in damages to settle.
"I'm not a social network genius, as evidenced by being the first and only person ever to have a Twitter lawsuit," Love explained in a new interview with Paper Mag.
"At the time that lawsuit happened, I didn't even really fully get what Twitter was for or how it worked."
The 47-year-old went on to say that she has someone who helps run her account as she "can't do that by [herself]", though she is not always fond of her employee's choices.
"Sometimes she does dumb things, though. Like, if I want to work with Cobra Starship, I'll ask them. I sent her an email about what I wanted her to write back to them, but she still put something dumb like, 'Hopefully we can work together some day!'" Love recalled.
"If I want to kiss some ass, I'll kiss some ass. Don't go kissing ass for me. I'm snarky - that's part of who I am. I was like, 'Look, dude. Just pay attention. It's nuanced'."
Love recently apologised to daughter Frances Bean Cobain after she accused Kurt Cobain's ex-Nirvana bandmate Dave Grohl of making sexual advances towards the 18-year-old, which he vehemently denied.
Frances later claimed that Twitter should ban her mother from using the service.