Check it out: Grammy Awards unveil the complete list of 2022 nominees

And the nominees for the 64th annual Grammy Awards are….

On Tuesday (Nov. 23), the long-awaited list of nominees for the 2022 Grammy Awards was announced. Some of pop music’s current hitmakers (Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo) came out on top, but the frontrunner may be a surprise.

Leading the pack with a total of 11 nominations is Jon Batiste. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert bandleader was nominated for Album of the Year as Record of the Year for this album We Are and its single “Freedom” as well as his joint effort with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for the hit Pixar film, “Soul.”

Coming in right behind Batiste are Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, and H.E.R. with a total of eight nominations apiece. Right behind the trio are Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo with seven nominations.

The 64th annual Grammy Awards will take place on Monday, Jan. 31. The award show will air on CBS and Paramount+ beginning at 8 p.m. EST.

Album of the Year:

We Are — Jon Batiste

Love for Sale — Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe) — Justin Bieber

Happier Than Ever — Billie Eilish

Planet Her (Deluxe) — Doja Cat

Back of My Mind — H.E.R.

Montero — Lil Nas X

Sour — Olivia Rodrigo

evermore — Taylor Swift

Donda — Kanye West

Record of the Year:

“I Still Have Faith in You” — ABBA

“Freedom” — Jon Batiste

“I Get a Kick Out of You” — Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon

“Right on Time” — Brandi Carlile

“Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat featuring SZA

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” — Lil Nas X

“Drivers License” — Olivia Rodrigo

“Leave the Door Open” — Silk Sonic

Song of the Year:

“Bad Habits” — Ed Sheeran

“A Beautiful Noise” — Alicia Keys featuring Brandi Carlile

“Drivers License” — Olivia Rodrigo

“Fight for You” — H.E.R.

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat featuring SZA

“Leave the Door Open” — Silk Sonic

“Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” — Lil Nas X

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon

“Right on Time” — Brandi Carlile

Best New Artist:

Arooj Aftab

Jimmie Allen

Baby Keem

FINNEAS

Glass Animals

Japanese Breakfast

The Kid LAROI

Arlo Parks

Olivia Rodrigo

Saweetie

Best Pop Solo Performance:

“Anyone” — Justin Bieber

“Right on Time” — Brandi Carlile

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Positions” — Ariana Grande

“Drivers License” — Olivia Rodrigo

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance:

“I Get a Kick Out of You” — Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

“Lonely” — Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco

“Butter” — BTS

“Higher Power” — Coldplay

“Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat featuring SZA

Best Pop Vocal Album:

Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe) — Justin Bieber

Planet Her (Deluxe) — Doja Cat

Happier Than Ever — Billie Eilish

Positions — Ariana Grande

Sour — Olivia Rodrigo

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album:

Love for Sale — Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

‘Til We Meet Again (Live) — Norah Jones

A Tori Kelly Christmas — Tori Kelly

Ledisi Sings Nina — Ledisi

That’s Life — Willie Nelson

A Holly Dolly Christmas — Dolly Parton

Best Dance/Electronic Recording:

“Hero” — Afrojack and David Guetta

“Loom” — Ólafur Arnalds featuring Bonobo

“Before” — James Blake

“Heartbreak” — Bonobo and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

“You Can Do It” — Caribou

“Alive — RÜFÜS DU SOL

“The Business” — Tiësto

Best Dance/Electronic Album:

Subconsciously — Black Coffee

Fallen Embers — Illenium

Music Is the Weapon (Reloaded) — Major Lazer

Shockwave — Marshmello

Free Love — Sylvan Esso

Judgement — Ten City

Best Rock Performance:

“Shot in the Dark” — AC/DC

“Know You Better (Live from Capitol Studio A)” — Black Pumas

“Nothing Compares 2 U” — Chris Cornell

“OHMS” — Deftones

“Making a Fire” — Foo Fighters

Best Rock Song:

“All My Favorite Songs” — Weezer

“The Bandit” — Kings of Leon

“Distance” — Mammoth WVH

“Find My Way” — Paul McCartney

“Waiting on a War” — Foo Fighters

Best Rock Album:

Power Up — AC/DC

Capitol Cuts — Live From Studio A — Black Pumas

No One Sings Like You Anymore Vol. 1 — Chris Cornell

Medicine at Midnight — Foo Fighters

McCartney III — Paul McCartney

Best Alternative Music Album:

Shore — Fleet Foxes

If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power — Halsey

Jubilee — Japansese Breakfast

Collapsed in Sunbeams — Arlo Parks

Daddy’s Home — St. Vincent

Best Metal Performance:

“Genesis” — Deftones

“The Alien” — Dream Theater

“Amazonia” — Gojira

“Pushing the Tides” — Mastodon

“The Triumph of King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)” — Rob Zombie

Best R&B Performance:

“Lost You” — Snoh Aalegra

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon

“Damage” — H.E.R.

“Leave the Door Open” — Silk Sonic

“Pick Up Your Feelings” — Jazmine Sullivan

Best Traditional R&B Performance:

“I Need You” — Jon Batiste

“Bring It on Home to Me” — BJ the Chicago Kid, PJ Morton, and Kenyon Dixon featuring Charlie Bereal

“Born Again” — Leon Bridges featuring Robert Glasper

“Fight for You” — H.E.R.

“How Much Can a Heart Take” — Lucky Daye featuring YEBBA

Best R&B Song:

“Damage” — H.E.R.

“Good Days” — SZA

“Heartbreak Anniversary” — Giveon

“Leave the Door Open” — Silk Sonic

“Pick Up Your Feelings” — Jazmine Sullivan

Best Progressive R&B Album:

New Light — Eric Bellinger

Something to Say — Cory Henry

Mood Valiant — Hiatus Kaiyote

Table for Two — Lucky Daye

Dinner Party: Dessert — Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, and Kamasi Washington

Studying Abroad: Extended Stay — Masego

Best R&B Album:

Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies — Snoh Aalegra

We Are — Jon Batiste

Gold-Diggers Sound — Leon Bridges

Back of My Mind — H.E.R.

Heaux Tales — Jazmine Sullivan

Best Rap Performance:

“Family Ties” — Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Up” — Cardi B

“M Y .L I F E” — J. Cole featuring 21 Savage and Morray

“Way 2 Sexy” — Drake featuring Future and Young Thug

“Thot Shit” — Megan Thee Stallion

Best Melodic Rap Performance:

“P R I D E. I S. T H E. DEVIL” — J. Cole featuring Lil Baby

“Need to Know” — Doja Cat

“Industry Baby” — Lil Nas X featuring Jack Harlow

“WUSYANAM” — Tyler, the Creator featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Ty Dolla $ign

“Hurricane” Kanye West featuring The Weekend and Lil Baby

Best Rap Song:

“Bath Salts” — DMX featuring JAY-Z and Nas

“Best Friend” — Saweetie featuring Doja Cat

“Family Ties” — Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Jail” — Kanye West featuring JAY-Z

“M Y .L I F E” — J. Cole featuring 21 Savage and Morray

Best Rap Album:

The Off-Season — J. Cole

Certified Lover Boy — Drake

King’s Disease II — Nas

Call Me If You Get Lost — Tyler, the Creator

Donda — Kanye West

Best Música Urbana Album:

Afrodisíaco — Raw Alejandro

El Último Tour Del Mundo — Bad Bunny

Jose — J Balvin

KG0516 — Karol G

Mendó — Alex Cuba

Sin Miedo (Del Amor y Otros Demonios) 8 — Kali Uchis

Best Folk Album:

One Night Lonely (Live) — Mary Chapin Carpenter

Long Violent History — Tyler Childers

Wednesday (Extended Edition) — Madison Cunningham

They’re Calling Me Home — Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi

Blue Heron Suite — Sarah Jarosz

Best Americana Album:

Downhill from Everywhere — Jackson Browne

Leftover Feelings — John Hiatt with The Jerry Douglas Band

Native Son — Los Lobos

Outside Child — Allison Russell

Stand for Myself — Yola

Best American Roots Performance:

“Cry” — Jon Batiste

“Love and Regret” — Billy Strings

“I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free” — The Blind Boys of Alabama and Béla Fleck

“Same Devil” — Brandy Clark featuring Brandi Carlile

“Nightflyer” — Allison Russell

Best American Roots Song:

“Avalon” — Rhiannon Giddens with Frencesco Turrisi

“Call Me a Fool” — Valerie June featuring Carla Thomas

“Cry” — Jon Batiste

“Diamond Studded Shoes” — Yola

“Nightflyer” — Allison Russell

Best Country Album:

Skeletons — Brothers Osborne

Remember Her Name — Mickey Guyton

The Marfa Tapes — Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall, and Jack Ingram

The Ballad of Dood & Juanita — Sturgill Simpson

Starting Over — Christ Stapleton

Best Country Solo Performance:

“Forever After All” — Luke Combs

“Remember Her Name” — Mickey Guyton

“All I Do Is Drive” — Jason Isbell

“Camera Roll” — Kacey Musgraves

“You Should Probably Leave” — Christ Stapleton

Best Country Song:

“Better Than We Found It” — Maren Morris

“Camera Roll” — Kacey Musgraves

“Cold” — Chris Stapleton

“Country Again” — Thomas Rhett

“Fancy Like” — Walker Hayes

“Remember Her Name” — Mickey Guyton

Best Comedy Album:

The Comedy Vaccine — Lavell Crawford

Evolution — Chelsea Handler

Sincerely Louis CK — Louis C.K.

Thanks for Risking Your Life — Lewis Black

The Greatest Average American — Nate Bargatze

Zero Fucks Given — Kevin Hart

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media:

Bridgerton — Kris Bowers

Dune — Hans Zimmer

The Mandalorian: Season 2 — Vol. 2 (Chapters 13-16) — Ludwig Göransson

The Queen’s Gambit — Carlos Rafael Rivera

Soul — Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor, and Atticus Ross

Best Song Written for Visual Media:

“Agatha All Along” (from “WandaVision: Episode 7”) — Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez featuring Kathryn Hahn, Eric Bradley, Greg Whipple, Jasper Randall, Gerald White

“All Eyes on Me” (from “Inside”) — Bo Burnham

“All I Know So Far” (from “P!nk: All I Know So Far”) — P!nk

“Fight for You” (from “Judas and the Black Messiah”) — H.E.R.

“Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)” (from “Respect”) — Jennifer Hudson

“Speak Now” (from “One Night in Miami…”) — Leslie Odom, Jr

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media:

Cruella

Dear Evan Hansen

In the Heights

One Night in Miami…

Respect

Schmigadoon! Episode 1

The United States vs. Billie Holiday

Best Music Film:

“Inside” — Bo Burnham

“David Byrne’s American Utopia” — David Byrne

“Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles” — Billie Eilish

“Music, Money, Madness… Jimi Hendrix in Maui” — Jimi Hendrix

“Summer of Soul” — Various Artists

Best Music Video:

“Shot in the Dark” — AC/DC

“Freedom” — Jon Batiste

“I Get a Kick Out of You” — Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” — Lil Nas X

“Good for You” — Olivia Rodrigo

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical:

Jack Antonoff

Rogét Chahayed

Mike Elizondo

Hit-Boy

Ricky Reed

The Black Keys’ Drummer Calls Out Justin Bieber Again

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It’s been a while since we heard anything from The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and his “obsession” with Justin Bieber. Considering all the trouble the pop star has gotten himself into since the initial “hatefest” began, it’s surprising that Carney hasn’t said anything.

While being interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine recently, his silence on the matter went out the window when he was asked by reporter Patrick Doyle to chim on on Bieber. “Justin Bieber, like a fucking irresponsible asshole, sicced 40 million Twitter followers on me because I paid him a compliment he didn’t understand.”

For those that don’t remember, it all started when Bieber got upset because he was snubbed for a Grammy. When asked by a TMZ photographer about his opinion on the matter, Carney simply replied with “Grammys are for music, not for the money. He should be happy.”

Of course not understanding humor, Bieber sicced his Belieb-hoard on the drummer by tweeting, “The Black Keys drummer should be slapped around haha.”

During his interview with Doyle, Carney was asked in what sense was his statement a compliment. Carney responded with: “I’m saying that he should be grateful he has a career in music. And he shouldn’t be fucking telling his followers to slap me, and then also be doing anti-bullying bullshit. It’s so irresponsible.”

But that’s not even where it end. He continues to throw more shade at the always-in-troubled one by calling him an even bigger hypocrite referencing to all the times he has gotten in trouble and the next day went online to pledge his love to his fans for believing in him, even when he was being the worst possible person to look up to.

“If you’re a 34-year-old fucking loser like me, and you go on Justin Bieber’s Twitter account like a total pervert every time that he gets in trouble, you should look at his tweets the next day. It’s always like, ‘I love you guys so much, always believe, never stop believing.’ He’s feeding them the Kool-Aid more and more,” he says. “He pours it on heavy, though. It’s so manipulative! And whoever taught him that that was OK, whoever’s watching him and is like ‘that manipulation is acceptable,’ should be really ashamed of themselves.”

2014 JUNO Award Winners

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Last night Canada held their own version of every single music award that the United States has to offer, but with Canadian artists taking the lead in most of the award categories.

The Arcade Fire, who have had a fantastic year, went home with “Alternative Album of the Year” as well as “Album of the Year” for Reflektor and accepted their award via video from South America.

Tegan and Sara also came home winning after the stellar 2013 and beginning of 2014. The sister act went home with “Group Of The Year” for their catchy tune, “Closer.” The sister from Calgary accepted the award with a speech that thank everyone for letting “two queer kids from northeast Calgary” win the prize.

While most of the award show was all good, when Justin Bieber won his award for “Fan Choice” beating out Celine Dion, Drake and Michael Buble, the audience boo-ed him even though her wasn’t even present.

“Songwriter of the year” recipient Serena Ryan scolded the audience for booing the pop star though, some would wonder why she would do that, considering the way he has been acting as of lately and the way his fans are the bane of everyone’s existence.

Check out the full list of winners below.

2014 JUNO AWARD WINNERS:

JUNO FAN CHOICE AWARD 
Justin Bieber

SINGLE OF THE YEAR
“Closer,” Tegan and Sara

INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Reflektor, Arcade Fire

ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Serena Ryder, Serenader

GROUP OF THE YEAR
Tegan and Sara

BREAKTHROUGH ARTIST OF THE YEAR 
Brett Kissel

BREAKTHROUGH GROUP OF THE YEAR
A Tribe Called Red

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR
Serena Ryder

COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Crop Circles, Dean Brody

ADULT ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Forever Endeavour, Ron Sexsmith

ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Reflektor, Arcade Fire

POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara

ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Coyote, Matt Mays

VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Notes on Montréal ft. Sienna Dahlen, Mike Rud

CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Habitat, Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra

TRADITIONAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Ripple Effect, Mike Downes

INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Dalmak, Esmerine

FRANCOPHONE ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Fox, Karim Ouellet

CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Colour It, Helen Austin

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLO OR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Prokofiev: Complete Works for Violin, James Ehnes

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: LARGE ENSEMBLE OR SOLOIST(S) WITH LARGE ENSEMBLE ACCOMPANIMENT
Britten & Shostakovich, James Ehnes

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: VOCAL OR CHORAL PERFORMANCE
Lettres de Madame Roy à sa fille Gabrille, Marie-Nicole Lemieux & André Gagnon

CLASSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR
Field Notes, Allan Gordon Bell GRAVITY AND GRACE

RAP RECORDING OF THE YEAR
Nothing Was The Same, Drake

DANCE RECORDING OF THE YEAR
This Is What It Feels Like, Armin van Buuren & Trevor Guthrie

R&B/SOUL RECORDING OF THE YEAR
Can’t Choose, JRDN ft. Kardinal Offishall

REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR
Strive, Exco Levi and Kabaka Pyramid

ABORIGINAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR 
Surrender, George Leach

ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLO
Valleyheart, Justin Rutledge

ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: GROUP
We Still Move On Dance Floors, The Strumbellas

BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR 
Can You Hear the Music, Downchild

CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN/GOSPEL ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Trees, Tim Neufeld

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR 
Walk to the Sea, David Buchbinder & Odessa/Havana

JACK RICHARDSON PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
Henry “Cirkut” Walter (co-producer Luke Gottwald) “Wrecking Ball” BANGERZ – Miley Cyrus | “Give It 2 U” BLURRED
LINES – Robin Thicke

RECORDING ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Eric Ratz “Sweet Mountain River”, “The Lion” FURIOSITY– Monster Truck

RECORDING PACKAGE OF THE YEAR
Robyn Kotyk (Art Director/Designer/Illustrator), Petra Cushieri, Justin Peroff (Designers) Arts & Crafts: 2003-2013 ARTS & CRAFTS, VARIOUS ARTISTS

VIDEO OF THE YEAR 
“Feeling Good,” Matt Barnes THE SHEEPDOGS

ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Guilt Trips, Ryan Hemsworth

METAL/HARD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Volition, Protest the Hero

ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM OF THE YEAR
A Christmas Gift To You, Johnny Reid

Justin Bieber Announces Retirement

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It was the collective sigh heard around the world when rumors had surfaced that Justin Bieber would be announcing that he was retiring from music.

The announcement became official when the singer confirmed late on Christmas Eve via his official Twitter that he was indeed retiring. The simple tweet said the following, “My beloved beliebers I’m officially retiring.” Right afterwards, he began to back off, citing that the media takes things out of context when dealing with him and even went so far to say “The media talks a lot about me.They make a up a lot of lies and want me to fail but I’m never leaving you, being a belieber is a lifestyle.”

When the first tweet was made, Beliebers around the world started to mourn, but when the second tweet was released, they rejoiced, unlike the rest of the world.

This past year hasn’t been a particularly great one for the pop star starting on New Years when a photographer was hit by a car and died, trying to take a picture of his infamous white Lamborghini. Things did not get better, but worse as he tried to portray himself as a “bad boy” with stunts such as speedy through his pricey gated community, doing graffiti all over things, his so-called friends throwing parties at his expense when he was out on tour, showing up more than two hours late for a concert and of course the peeing in a mop bucket stunt and cursing at a photograph of former U.S. president, Bill Clinton.

But things do look a little coincidental since his new concert film, Justin Bieber’s Believe had its red carpet premiere a few weeks back and he has been releasing random tracks every week for the last couple of months. Some are even starting to wonder if it’s a major publicity stunt, but whatever it is, we’re sure we’ll hear about it.

Selena Gomez’s New Single Hits the Web

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By now you’ve probably been reading on Twitter and every other entertainment news site about Selena Gomez’s new song,  “Love Will Remember,” in which the pop star has supposedly included a voice message from her on-again off-again boyfriend and trainwreck in the making, Justin Bieber.

In it, the guy, who we all assume to be Bieber, calls the pop star “his princess” and that he loves her “so, so, so much.” Considering the history they have you know, with the constant are they or aren’t they together, who knows if it’s legit. For now, you can listen to the song below and pass judgement on your own.

Jon Bon Jovi Calls Out Justin Bieber

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Looks like even musicians find Justin Bieber to be as obnoxious as the rest of us.

While speaking to the London Evening Standard, the rock icon had a few choice words to say to the pop star about showing up over three hours late for this show at the O2 Arena in London a few months back.

Some may have thought that the simple ‘apology’ Bieber issued through Twitter would have been enough especially when he blamed the whole issue on technical difficulties, Bon Jovi, being in the business long before Bieber was even a twinkle in his mother’s eye, could smell a lie a mile away.

“Every generation has guys that [show up late to their own concerts], none of that is new. They run the risk of disrespecting their audience members who have worked hard to pay for their ticket, to give you the permission to take two or three hours of their lives—or in that kid’s case, 80 minutes of their lives.”

Bon Jovi continued, “Do it once, you can be forgiven. Do it enough times and shame on you. They won’t have you back. Then it just becomes a cliché. It’s really not cool—you’re an assh-le. Go to f-ckin’ work!”

At Sunday’s Billboard Awards, Bieber acted like his usual bratty ways when the audience booed him when he went up to accept the Millstone Award. But no matter what, it looks like he’s somehow still getting what he wants because he won several awards on Sunday.

Bon Jovi is currently on tour minus guitarist, Richie Sambora who left the tour citing “personal reasons” for his abrupt departure. Rolling Stone magazine, on the other hand, had reported that Sambora has left the tour to enter rehab for substance abuse.

Bieber’s Very Bad Week

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Looks like London just doesn’t like Justin Bieber or he’s just having a hell of a bad week.

First, he shows up more than two hours late for his shows which fans and parents of the fans alike were not to happy with. Then he followed it up with the scapegoat excuse of “technical difficulties.” Just last night, it was reported that the Canadian pop star fainted on stage due to shortness of breath, but after getting some oxygen backstage, he was able to rally through the end of his show thanks in part to the encouragement of his fans, not the ones he sort of snubbed the day before.

Now he’s had an altercation with a paparazzo which resulted in his own body guard having to restrain him. Bieber was quoted as saying such things to the paparazzo as “F..k off you little cock, f..k off back to America” and “I’ll beat the f..k out of you.” So far, there has been to actual reason why this altercation took place, but the pop star did tweet a few massages to his fans about how he felt about the explicit-filled altercation.

“Ahhhhh! Rough morning. Trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me…”

“Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u…well I’m human. Rough week.”

“Not gonna let them get the best of me again. Gonna get focused on this show tonight. Adrenaline is high now. Gonna put it on the stage…Only way someone can break u is if u let them.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, just yesterday his leech of a friend, Lil’ Twist, crashed his Friske into a set of cement poles in front of a liquor store and bailed which constitutes as a hit and run in the state of California since there was damage done to the property as well as the car.

Even with all these set backs, Bieber is set to take the stage once again tonight for day four of this O2 Arena tour stops.

Justin Bieber Booed at His Own Show

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When your own fans start booing you, you must seriously know there is something wrong with you. That is the case with Justin Bieber and his die-hard Beliebers.

For the second time this year, Bieber has been more than two hours for his scheduled shows. The first time was at his Miami tour stop where not only did he not take the time to sign autographs and meet fans after promising them just that after signing consent forms for being in this new tour movie, but he also went ahead and completely disregarded time and ended up starting his show over two hours later than his originally scheduled show.

Now, the same exact thing has happened on his first “Believe” Tour stop at the O2 Arena. Bieber was scheduled to go on stage at 8:30 p.m. but didn’t go on until around 10:10 p.m. Fans and parents of those fans alike were upset because of this issue. Many of the kids who are just that kids, had parents waiting outside for hours on a school night. Many of them didn’t take the Biebes lack of time telling skill nicely, instantly hitting the web to express their displeasure over the entire scenario.

According to the tickets, Bieber was set to hit the stage at 8:30 p.m. Bieber later went on to tweet:

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The Arena did go onto their own Twitter to address the issue once Bieber ad been located and put on stage.

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In any case, with as many handlers that the Biebs has, it would be great if any of them would learn to read a clock.

Patrick Carney vs. The Beliebers

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We all know that  Beliebers are a vicious group of fanatics who worship the ground that Justin Bieber walks on. First they attacked Selena Gomez when she started dating the pop star then there was the cutting incident when they start to slit their wrists when Bieber was photographed smoking weed and then there was the Grammy snub.

It looks like the tweenaged  Beliebers have met their match in The Black Keys’ drummer, Patrick Carney. For those that missed  the news earlier this week, Carney was asked by a TMZ reporter what he had thought about Bieber being snubbed by the Grammys and not get a single nomination for this album. Carney responded the same way many adult and non- Beliebers would, he said “He’s rich, right? Grammys are for like music, not for money… and he’s making a lot of money. He should be happy.”

Bieber retaliated by saying that Carney needed to get slapped around and it turns out that his loyal and vicious followers thought the same. There have been a lot of death threats and even some instances of asking the sticksman if he was gay, but how did he take it? Turns out that all you really need to derail those obsessive tweens is to have a sense of humor.

Here are some of Carney’s hilarious responses to the Bieber fans, but to check them all out, you can head on over to his Twitter page; it’s actually quite comical to see misspelled and grammatically incorrect threats.

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Justin Bieber Responds to Black Keys’ Diss

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The Grammys might be the only musical awards that could not be persuaded to give Justin Bieber a nomination but that didn’t stop Bieber, his mother and his loyal group of vicious fans from being upset. But there’s one person that we can count on not feeling sorry for Bieber and his “problem”, Patrick Carney, the drummer of now seven-time Grammy Award winners, The Black Keys. Carney was asked by TMZ what he had thought about Justin Bieber being snubbed by the Grammys. To this question Carney responded with: “He’s rich, right? Grammys are for like music, not for money… and he’s making a lot of money. He should be happy.”

Bieber responded to the rocker’s statement on Twitter with: “the black keys drummer should be slapped around hahaha”. You can see the tweet below.

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For anyone who is not familiar with Carney, this is not the first time that he had spoken negative things about artists. Last year, Carney blasted Canadian rock band, Nickelback by saying in an interview: “Rock ‘n’ roll is dying because people became OK with Nickelback being the biggest band in the world.”