In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Patrick Carney positively GOES OFF on Justin Bieber.
Asked by the publication about comments he made in February - when Carney said Bieber shouldn't worry about winning Grammys because he makes lots of money - The Black Keys drummer slams the singer and then his fans for how they've treated him online.
Justin Bieber is a f-cking moron... I feel bad for him. Every single person who works with him should f-cking be embarrassed.Patrick Carney
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"Justin Bieber, like a f-cking irresponsible as-hole, sicced 40 million Twitter followers on me because I paid him a compliment he didn’t understand,” Carney says.
In response to Carney's comment about making money, Bieber said the musician should be "slapped around," a remark Carney finds "irresponsible" for someone who claims to be "anti-bullying."
"I just started getting called a f-ggot, you know?” the rocker tells Rolling Stone. “All these kids who don’t know what they’re saying are saying all of these things that are actually wildly inappropriate."
"And these kids are just dumbasses."
Carney acknowledges that he doesn’t dislike Bieber’s music - but he takes EXTREME exception to the example Bieber is failing to set for his followers.
"Justin Bieber is a f-cking moron," he says. "And that’s the gist of what I was saying."
Well, that we cleared that up. Carney continues ...
"And then he goes and says I should be slapped? Honestly, I feel bad for him. Every single person who works with him should f-cking be embarrassed."
Carney, of course, is just the latest star to slam Bieber. Seth Rogen has said on multiple occasions that Justin is an obnoxious piece of crap.
Carney concludes by saying Bieber should be far more grateful for his career and far less manipulative of his followers.
"He’s feeding them the Kool-Aid more and more. He pours it on heavy. 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."