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This feud is fueling up fast and furious!

After Justin Bieber got caught in some shizz with DJ Michael Woods after apparently busting in on his set in South Korea and demanding he play some hip hop music, the DJ is getting some serious backup.

Deadmau5 is calling out the Biebs for his nightclub antics that allegedly involved an attack on the DJ's manager after Michael told the Biebs to, well, "f*ck off." While the party host at the club that night has the Biebs' back, Deadmau5 is alllll Team DJs!

And when we say he called out the Biebs on Twitter, we mean he went there! He tweeted:

Oh snap!

We've got to admit, Deadmau5 kind of has a point. Well, we're not agreeing with the punching in the neck part, but we DO understand the getting on someone else's stage is wrong part.

Unfortunately, considering he pees in janitor buckets, we're not so sure the Biebs is up on the rules of proper etiquette.

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85 comments to “Justin Bieber Gets The Smackdown From Deadmau5 On Twitter For DJ Dramz!”

  1. nana says – reply to this


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    this is coming from the guy name Deadmau5…..



  2. 2

    Justin Bieber is NOT an adult and should NOT be clubbing the way he does. He's an over-indulged little douche who has an inflated sense of entitlement.

  3. jewf says – reply to this


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    Re: nana – good one…idiot

  4. Bongo says – reply to this


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    This man child is such a stuck up rude disrespectful twat. He's going to have a hard long fall.



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    Re: Bongo – May I set you idiots straight. Justin was disrespected by the moron D.J. when he said 'fuck off and put your shirt on' I am sure you would have kissed his ass but not Justin who was a guest. As for this moron Deadmus, he just insulted Justin's mother on tweeter by saying: 'She also took the wrong fuckin load'. Is that class?. This guy is an asshole.

  6. nana says – reply to this


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    Re: jewf – STFU! moron



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    Re: cardonaivando – Yea you're totally right, Justin is the obvious victim here. No one should EVER not fulfill Bieber's request, even if he comes up and disrupts your performance (DJ set), you need to abide to his every demands. Please kindly fuck off and realize Bieber isn't a fucking god.



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  9. 9

    I wonder if the little bastard pissed in a bucket on the way out? His parents need to step in and treat him like the little kid he acts like and give him a damn good spanking! And for the love of Pete, put on a bloody shirt and pull up your pants! I'm really sick of seeing your hairless girly chest and your drooping boxers!

  10. hockey87 says – reply to this


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    im sorry if someone disrespected me and told me to put a fuckin t-shirt on i would be a little pissed. Even in the case of him lashing out at the photographer, the photographer was clearly really rude. I dont agree with everything justin does but i do think he is really talented and is nice guy

  11. Tommydee says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando

    Really you are an utter idiot if you think this. If Biebe had someone do that to him like that guy who threw himself at him in Dubai he'd get pissed and run like a little girl which he did. Bieber storming the area was rude and got given back what he was willing to dish out but couldn't take it and had to run. If you want to have a go at those who gave itr to Bieber for being a little twat and starting this situation then you are firstly delusional and secondly as stupid as Justin. Bieber bought this on himself for being a little smart ass.

  12. Tommydee says – reply to this


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    Re: justtospeakthetruth – Spoilt brat is what he is.

  13. JonPAUULe says – reply to this


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    Bieber is pathetic. I really do hope he gets punched in the neck by someone. It's about time he had a reality check, he ain't shit to anyone outside his stupid fan circle.



  14. 14

    What's really pathetic is that it was reported that clubbers who witnessed JB's sorry-ass antics sided with him, just because he's the world's most famous teenage heartthrob who acted like he did a big f'ing favor by going a concert at ridiculously high rip-off ticket prices.



  15. 15

    Re: KoreanTiger – Sorry, I meant giving a concert!



  16. 16

    First time i trusted an online job add and managed to make 90$ in 5 hours… b­o­w­6­.­c­ℴ­m



  17. 17

    why would u not play him a song just because hes bieber ? they are just shitty djs since when cant someone request a SONG?? why is this ugly dead mau saying anything whats it got to do with him his ex gf didnt even tatoo him on her body she coulda lasered off jesse and put a picture of him there when he was a child …since when is being a dj so important …

    justin maybe outta control but these djs are full of it ..

  18. ERIC says – reply to this


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    this DJ is so stupid!
    nobody knows he
    and he took the pains of another Dj
    asshole
    not even know what happened and is talking shit

  19. ERIC says – reply to this


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    THERE ARE MANY RUMORS ABOUT JUSTIN
    JUSTIN NEVER THIS DOES NOT
    IALGUMAS PEOPLE SPEAK MUCH SHIT IT
    NOBODY KNOWS WHAT HAPPENED TO TRUTH
    PEOPLE IDIOTS!

    LETS BOY IN PEACE



  20. 20

    is he going to write a open letter to justin next?

  21. Niko says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777

    Are you fucking kidding me? Michael Woods is not just some DJ, he was the star performer booked for the night at that club. He was already halfway through his set when Bieber came in disrespectfully, came to the DJ booth, and asked for hip-hop. As a DJ, he has dignity and stays true to himself and his fans. He's not just some regular DJ who was booked at the club, he's a regular touring DJ and respected producer by a lot of people in the music industry. That's like someone coming up to Justin Bieber while he's performing on stage and telling him what to play. Deadmau5, for once, has a point. It's disrespectful.

  22. Andy says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – If people started requesting songs off top 40 you'd definitely say no especially when this DJ is known for his house/trance music. There's also a thing called a set, haven't heard of it before? Well, requesting a hip-hop tune in the middle of a set that isn't hip-hop kinda ruins the vibe. You're probably one of those people who don't even know who Pete Tong or even trance ’cause everything is techno right?

  23. Andy says – reply to this


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    Re: Niko – Completely agree with you. Kids like these probably think trance is some sort of designer drug. I guess they've never been to ASOT, Sunburn, DEMF, EDC, Ultra, even Coachella to be diverse. To put it in layman terms it's like asking Red Hot Chili Peppers to play an acoustic version of Girlfriend during their live performance.



  24. 24

    deadmau5 after u dated what s the whore name/

    sit down!

  25. becky says – reply to this


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    Re: djonka – …in his Ferrari sure! ^_^

  26. S.Korea Party says – reply to this


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    Re: nanaRe: jewf – was there at the party while all this was happening. jb was rude and mw had a right to tell him to fuck off. in any case, saw the whole thing 2 feet away.. yes, he DID punch mw's manager. it's interesting to see all the lies that have transpired out of this



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    Re: Andy – who cAres they arnt fucking astronauts they djs requesting songs is pART OF THE JOB they need to get a real job they arnt rocket scientists who cant be disturbed

  28. Niko says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – That's where you're wrong. If you read my comment, I gave the answer as to why that is.

  29. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Well as a DJ who's job it is to make his party host happy who hired him and to keep the crowd dancing and happy, this is just part of the job to accommodate high profile guests of the host… You can be certain that Justin Bieber was a guest of the party host, and no doubt Michael Woods was informed to keep Justin happy at all costs! This DJ crossed the line and not only pissed off the host but his his high profile guest. Sounds to me like Michael Woods does not liking being told what to do by the hosts that hire him, not a great reputation to have if you want to continue to get booked in venues. Telling off mega superstars like Justin Bieber may be good for his ego but it is going to give him a black eye in the industry… What other hosts are going to want him in their venues if he is going to go off on their high profile guests??

  30. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando – Justin was a "guest", but the DJ was the paid performer. The fact alone that he barged into the DJ booth should have been more than enough to have the club remove Beiber. If there is any truth to him punching the DJ's manager, only to flee back behind his wall of guard (which he has done on several occasions), and the punk probably should have been charged with assault and battery as well.

  31. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Deadmau5 can go fuck himself.. He is a NOBODY like that DJ to even open his mouth and put his two cents in… I believe the party host who hired this DJ and had Justin as a guest in his venue. Sounds to me like this is yet another example of a desperate D-Lister who is trying to latch on to the fame of Justin Bieber.. Meanwhile Justin's fans will vigorously defend him and view this this as just another attack on his reputation and character, as we have seen many times over and over again. Justin's fans have #Music Mondays to look forward to and the Believe movie in the next few months, not to mention attending his current sold out world wide Believe Tour !!!!

  32. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – You're definitely not familiar with the electronic music club scene. That's really not the way things work with these kinds of DJs. They are paid (quite well) by clubs to come in and play a relatively specific type of electronic music (house, trance, techno). Professional DJs like this spend quite a lot of time compiling music to play into a set, and often alter their planned set with additional tunes as they read the crowd. They're not there to take requests. They are there to "play" for the audience, very similar to what happens at EDM festivals and concerts for normal musicians and bands. Though it sounds cliche, they are paid to try and take you on a journey with the music, much like any performer. To do up to a DJ like this mid-set and try to force a request is pretty damn rude.

    If you need some examples of what I mean, just hit up youtube and search Sasha DJ. He's been one of the highest paid, highest rated DJs over the past 15 years, and you can see how much work he puts in when he does a set for a club.

  33. Bongo says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then – Your clearly not a DJ or you would NOT think that.

  34. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando – Who the hell is this clown to disrespect any guest of that nightclub to tell them to put their shirt on? If that was a issue then security would have handled it plain and simple. Justin Bieber was a high profile guest of the party host no doubt. Telling Justin to fuck off was probably the last straw, no wonder Justin had words to exchange with him and his manager. Deadmau5 should have known better than to agree with this DJ, the golden rule is to keep the promoter/hosts happy AND their high profile guests. IF this clown doesn't think that this will make him look bad to other promoters/hosts then he is seriously mistaken. Other nightclubs around the world have bent over backwards with the exception of only a few to not only get Justin Bieber inside their clubs regardless of his age in exchange for the international publicity…… Good or bad!

  35. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando – IF Deadmau5 wants to insult someone's mother, then he deserves whatever is coming his way from Justin's camp… One thing to insult someone to their face or behind their back, but to take cheap shots against someone's mother is what will end you up in the hospital. I think most guys would agree with that. For all the stunts that Justin Bieber has been accused of, he has never sunk to the gutter and publicly insulted somebody's mother! And he has been accused and blamed for a lot of things!…LOL

  36. jay89 says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777

    The fact that you don't care is a plain ignorant response. It's not a job it's a career for them which THEY ENJOY, producing/mixing/mastering/etc. music. DJs are there to express their identity with the music they play. Playing for a crowd is false dichotomy, you have to somewhat compromise. An artist's integrity should always come first, and they shouldn't pander.

    This was a small show at a dance venue similar to a concert. This DJ is known for playing progressive house music so expect a lot progressive house music played with a whole lot of people knowing who's spinning that night.

    If Justin didn't like the music he was free to leave and go to another venue or at least do a little research on who's playing that night so you don't have to brace yourself and be obnoxious.

    Looks to me that you and the Biebs are first time clubbers that still dunno the multiple scenes within the scene. Do you even rave bro?



  37. 37

    Hold up wait!
    Justin went up to the DJ booth and Requested a song.

    (what's wrong with that?, i've seen that happen a LOT of Times)

    The DJ said 'fuck off and put a shirt on'

    (Why couldn't Michael say 'No, i don't take requests' instead?)

    Justin got offended by Michael's response and responded with his own rude comments and thus a argument broke out!

    ^That's basically the story.

    They ONLY argued they did not fight. And we can clearly see why they were argue-ing because the DJ was rude and told him to Fuck off instead of saying No.

    So holy-er than thou Haters, wouldn't you also take offence if someone just decided to be rude and tell you to fuck off just because you requested a song from the DJ??

  38. jay89 says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then

    You obviously never been to a commercial rave meaning you're probably under 21 (US) or 19 (Canada) if you're from North America. Once you reached that age hopefully you'll come to understand that there's a world outside the Top 40s Billboard playlists.

    "Anyone hating any genre of music simply doesn't know the context in which it's meant to be enjoyed." - Madeon

  39. hockeyd13 says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then – You might find this surprising, but there are many of clubs around the world that cater specifically to the electronic music crowd and pay quite a lot of money for these types of DJs that will likely look very kindly on the fact that he stood up to a high roller who was basically going to mess up his set with his request and likely put a lot of people off.

  40. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: Joe – I do respect that fact that these DJ's are artists in their own right, and several like David Guetta are known world wide and have sold millions of albums and are respected. My beef was with the way that this incident went down, you can't tell me that Michael Woods was not aware before the fact that Justin Bieber was the high profile guest of the party host and perhaps the promoter and was told to keep him happy and play whatever he wants. Perhaps he said No and that is why Justin went into his booth to ask him personally. What happened after that is a exchange of swear words and insults with various versions of what went down. The party host is standing by his superstar guest and not the DJ. So that should tell you something about who the nightclub was more worried about upsetting that night.



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    if paris hilton can do it then it cant be that hard so what the kid asked for a song BIG DEAL …… ok we get it its scientific sets blah blah blah still no reason to be mean to the kid…just say WE DONT TAKE REQUESTS OF REAL MUSIC SORRY INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR KID…

  42. maggie says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then – u have to understand that the dj was there to play his style of music and that the venue and organizers arranged it so it would essentially be a rave event. promoters would advertise it as a rave event. also remember jb just finished his show in s.korea so you cant justify that he was a 'planned' highroller/guest at an event like this esp a rave. jb wouldnt even go to the dj booth here in toronto to request a song from resident djs let alone come in shirtless, hes really hated here as well in canada.

  43. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then – It's really not surprising to see a club back a high roller after the fact. It happens quite often, because they want high rollers to come back. But from what it sounds like from people who were there and have posted about it, Beiber barged into the booth (big no-no), which is enough to warrant Woods' initial response. Worse off, Beiber took a swing at his manager, which is all sorts of f-d up. Woods has an obligation to himself and to his fans, which he stuck to. Also, for Michael Woods to do something like taking requests in such a venue puts his own career in jeopardy, as it's not something fans who go there specifically to see him want to hear or most club owners want to risk happening. I mean, this is literally the same as if Beiber had gone up to Red Hot Chilli Peppers and ask them to play hip-hop or Britney Spears. If the club had such a huge problem with it, then they could have cut his set short. But with these sorts of DJs that tour, part of their touring contract specifically states that they play whatever they want, independent of club control. I'd find it very difficult to believe that Woods doesn't have a similar clause in his bookings.

  44. jay89 says – reply to this


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    Re: Zoey_Graham – If he ignored it he would've the better man but if he had to elevate the situation by confronting the DJ's tour manager (not the DJ who called out on him mind you) because he's fucking Justin Bieber ("I get what I want when I want it") it shows how immature this kid really is. Deadmau5 is typical Deadmau5 trolling everywhere. I'd side with the DJs because they got the reaction that was probably expected from the Biebs and his loyal minions.

  45. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then

    To put it in perspective:

    Skip forward a bit and you'll see Sasha, one of the most respected and awarded house music DJs over the last 15 years, playing a really killer set for a large crowd who is there specifically to see him spin. That's really not unlike Woods' situation.

    I'd be hard pressed to believe for an instant that if Sasha were told to play something out of his set, he'd comply. More importantly, I doubt he'd ever take another booking at such a place.

  46. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: Joe – Damn, wouldn't take the youtube link.

    Google Sasha epic 90 minute live set and you'll see what I mean.

  47. jay89 says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – People create a preset for Paris Hilton so don't go comparing her to well-known DJs. Your responses are blatantly ignorant it doesn't have a backbone of support. Do a little research even a fraction before emotionally blurting out shit about DJs/Producers and whatnot. Like I said, the DJs got the reaction they expected of the Biebs and his loyal minions.

    "Anyone hating any genre of music simply doesn't know the context in which it's meant to be enjoyed."

    Define real music. I can grow to enjoy some Top 40s tunes but I keep an open mind to other genres as well. I don't support music played by a pop superstar with a public image of an obnoxious child. Like you said he's a kid so they treated him like one.



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    He needs to have his nap and a bottle and maybe get his bodyguards to carry his little ass back to Canada.

  49. Adam K says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – Jesus Christ you're a fucking idiot. No wonder Justin Bieber and the like can get away with the stupid shit that they get accused of doing.



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    Can you imagine this guy telling a girl to put her shirt on.. hey gaga put your damn shirt on… speaking for the rest of the female population.. there needs to be more naked men :P And skinny ass deadmau has no abs to show off so obviously he's insecure



  51. 51

    Re: Adam K – no i dont disagree its been enlightening how they do all these things we didnt even know existed and no i dont disagree he needs to learn…i dont deny im a idiot about inner workings of djs ..

    [re=6554068

    ]Re: Yeah Whatever Asshole[/re] so im supposed to know all about djs ? Justin has noone discliplining him these guys are trying in their own way to teach him to play with the big boys and he got slapped down all i was doing was clarifying exactly what went on so go finger ur asshole …

  52. DTrav says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – A DJ playing a club should never have to take requests if they don't want to. DJs are playing for an ENTIRE CROWD, not for one fucking person. They read the crowd and play music based upon crowd reactions. Taking requests screws with that flow completely.

    DJs are not human iPods. Get over yourself.

  53. Dan says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando – You do not tell someone how to do their job. EVER. That goes for Justin Bieber too. He's not as untouchable as he thinks he is. If he has the nerve to tell a DJ he needs to do his job the way Justin wants it done, justin is the one who deserves a punch in the face. Anyone who thinks Justin wasn't in the wrong is clearly an imbecile.



  54. 54

    Oh, c'mon people! I'm almost 50, with an 18 y.o. daughter who loves all that téchno, EDM, and various others. Hell, even *I* know that putting a hip-hop song in the middle of an EDM will through that set *completely* off! The dance is different, the beat and rhythm is ruined for the listeners. No one would try to adapt and keep on dancing.
    That would go over like a turd in a punchbowl! :p



  55. 55

    Damn….that should be "in the middle of an EDM set…" and "…will throw the whole set off..

  56. marlena says – reply to this


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    Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job I've had. Last Wednesday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this - 4 weeks past. I began this 8-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $77 per hour. I work through this link, go to Economy tab for more detail …JOBS72.com -

  57. MB says – reply to this


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    Re: pmpk4757 – nobody over a certain age likes his music, or his attitude. As soon as the kids who were into him, grow up and become a bit more sophisticated in their choices (hopefully), then he'll be out. What he should remember when he's pulling certain shit so publicly, is that the reason he has so much money, and bodyguards, and whatever, is because little girls around the world spend every single cent they get from whatever, babysitting, Subway, their parents, on him. I know he's only 18, but if I were in the music industry, and that were my reality, I'd immediately quit. Disappear, and go get a regular job. Go back to work. Hahahah!



  58. 58

    It seems whenever there is a negative report on Justin, haters will side with the critics regardless of any objective evidence. They did that with the driving fast through L.A. incident, the swiping of a pap with the car leaving a club, the spitting on a neighbor The hitting of a pap last year; yet he was cleared in all this. Certain people want him to fail and will grab at anything to discredit him.



  59. 59

    Additionally, he has made mistakes common to kids his age[ not referring to the perfect mistake free haters of this kid who never did anything stupid in their youth} but his good deeds and the fact he has a great work ethic are completely ignored by a biased media.

  60. Canada says – reply to this


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    We don't want Justin back.

  61. ninasky says – reply to this


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    You are not JB dad
    If he don't wanna wear a shirt, that's his prerogative. Wtf! you the fashion patrol?
    He can go to clubs if he wants to.
    STFu with you lame apology, you not Canada's spokesperson. LOL
    Hip hop is not Bullshit.
    Threatening violence on a 19 year old? really? makes you a pathetic 32 year old Turd.
    Lastly, I didn't even know who the hell you were, until your tantrum with JB.
    FYI you go to clubs people make song request to the DJ's



  62. 62

    How many times is he going to be cleared from accusations in the media before people start giving him the benefit of the doubt? The unbiased position is to wait for evidence not rumors before jumping to conclusions which haters are good at.



  63. 63

    Re: cardonaivando – I really hate that attitude. I'm not saying I never made mistakes when I was his age, I made plenty and certainly did enough stupid shit that I roll my eyes looking back at it…but…pissing in a bucket at restaraunt? Storming into a djs booth to demand music that clearly didn't fit his style? Punching people? Yeah, not so much. It's called respect and at ANY age you should know that. His stupid behaviour shouldn't just be shrugged off because he's young.

  64. Katy says – reply to this


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    Re: pdrocksmysocks – I believe you I really do but, and I'm not Justin Bieber fan or anything…. But to this story looks as if it just being blown out proportion, he's done a lot of stupid things and he's a real douche.
    But I think the DJ is actually in the wrong here… But I agree with everything else you said… :)

  65. aaron says – reply to this


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    He's 18 he shouldn't even be clubbin unless the event was all ages. As a Korean myself you have to be 20 to club or go to these kind of shows. (technically 19 but we add a year on our age over there) It's because he's a celebrity he's allowed in because he's muthafuckin JB? C'mon man.

  66. EDMaestro says – reply to this


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    Re: cardonaivando – deadmau5 isn't a douche or a moron or anything like that. He's a straight up guy making quality music and expressing the view most people are afraid to publicise. Justin Bieber is a soft little shit who needs to grow up and understand just because you have money, that doesn't mean you can do whatever you want and get away with it.

  67. thetruthhurts says – reply to this


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    Justin Bieber has the same problem as Miley Cyrus. They think their gangster and hardcore.

    They do not think their black because there a lot of frankly that would be an insult to all the black people with class.

    They do try to be ”street” (and in very limited sense because they think street is the same as black street culture).

    Its fucking fake and annoying though and some desperately needs to put the stamp on him.If he was really street he would not have run behind the back of his bodyguards.

  68. @v@ says – reply to this


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    @Deadmau5 - No kidding.

  69. Deadmoose says – reply to this


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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – This has to be the worst trolling I've seen in a long time. Either that, or you're completely ignorant. BOTH Michael Woods and Deadmau5 are PRODUCERS and they're shows (especially Deadmau5) are live (ITS NOT PRESSING BUTTONS!). You do not request a song for an artist to play live. It's his show, with his tracks so Bieber shouldn't have even been allowed near the stage.

    As for why Deadmau5 got involved, they're friends. Woods was on Deadmau5' label, Mau5trap in the past.

  70. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then – So, basically what you're saying is (and I'm not a hater)
    'Don't they KNOW who he is? LMAO, and phuck that. The contracted DJ's WORKING and doing his thing. Further, you shouldn't start swinging if you don't get what you want, ffsakes.

  71. chichi says – reply to this


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    what makes this ass hole any better than beiber.
    im not a fan of either but i see people are like sheep. i wont judge someone based on what media says coz most of the time people LIE!! get it idiots. there's a reason behind everything

  72. Krys says – reply to this


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    Was there a punch? I didn't see it altho I was there. How strange. But saw JB's bodyguard fighting Deadmau5.



  73. 73

    Re: cardonaivando – Shut up Bieber. You may not like to see it said, but the fact is that you're a nutless little douche bag who needs a good punch in your ugly fucking face. Put a fucking shirt on, pull your fucking pants up, and try to be a real man instead of an asshole darkie wannabe.

  74. aaron says – reply to this


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    Re: Krys – I guess you just contradicted yourself because Deadmau5 was nowhere near South Korea for Bieber's bodyguards to fight him. You weren't there.

  75. Chris says – reply to this


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    I would pay money to see someone beat the absolute shit out of the Bieber brat. I will be so glad when his time is finally over. So sick of even hearing about him.

  76. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Small lounge,Wedding or party DJ's take requests, so I can see how someone could assume to ask for a tune, but the key word is ask. Once you get to a certain strata, a DJ's work and equipment becomes seriously thought out; refined, produced, rehearsed, and executed with multiple factors in mind. Sound, dynamics, tempo… it goes on and on, and it's all designed and geared to create build a mood and an ultimate experience.
    Approached respectfully, a higher end DJ might have spun a couple of hip hop tracks at the beginning of his next set, but not in the middle of his flow.

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    I still think Usher should have left him alone, let him struggle for awhile as many artists have, and give him time to grow. He was handed everything too soon and now we're seeing what all of that fame is doing to him. He was humble for awhile, always thanking God, but now he could care less because he KNOWS he will always be number one with his fan base. Unfortunately, he thinks his "success" gives him the right to behave any way he wishes. *sigh* It's quite sad, really.

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    Re: Dan – Same goes for anyone who tries to tell Justin Bieber what to do, and that includes putting on his shirt.. I think we all know who eventually gets their way in the end don't we? To those who say not just anybody can go up to even a well known DJ and ask for a request or go into a booth, Justin Bieber is hardly what you would call "anybody". In the end he gets what he wants like he did here by being in the DJ booth and playing what ever he wanted.. Perhaps that's part of the resentment towards him, pure jealousy of Justin is more like it.

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    Re: MB – Up yours! Justin Bieber has fans of all sexes and ages, the younger fans get all the publicity but they are not all of his fan base. Certainly without a doubt his fan base is the largest and most vocal on social media. Don't underestimate his loyalty of his fan base. Sounds to me you are just a typical hater of his who has his/her head stuck so far up their ass that you can no longer see straight.

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    Re: ok_then – Look up "Lie Witness News - Justin Bieber Concert" seems to me you fit in that category of loyal fans. I would honestly like to see Justin Bieber go to Ultra, EDC, or even Coachella and tackle his way up to the mainstage when a DJ is playing with his guards and request some hip-hop music in the middle of Tiesto's set just because he's Justin Bieber. Hell I would die a happy guy if Justin Bieber goes in the middle of Above and Beyond's set and request hip-hop music. Matter of fact lets have Justin Bieber DJ at Ibiza like Paris Hilton because it's that easy that way he can play his own hip-hop music as well as have a headline at a club. Yes, that'll be perfect, very perfect.

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    Re: perez posse superfan 777
    First off there is a good reason to not play his song, because he is beiber, and to state the facts, he is not really respected outside of his fan circle of adoring teenage girls.
    Second, as an aspiring Dj, I can with no doubt say that it actually takes skill to actively mix music. While singing also takes talent, and lots of practice as well, it is almost definitely easier to lip-sync in front of a crowd of screaming girls then it is to beat match songs and get them to mix correctly in real time.
    Third when a famous Dj is playing one of his or her sets, it is sometimes looked down upon to make song requests, (obviously depending on the venue of the club, and other factors) but even if this was a situation where requests were being taken, to request songs completely out of the genre is something that I would have not taken lightly. Plus ultimately it is the Dj's choice whether to actually accept certain requests from the crowd.
    Finally if you are going to be taking cheapshots at Joel's (deadmau5's) girlfriend, may I remind you of a certain event for the secret of victoria?
    This is the kid who several times flipped off photographers; The kid is out of control, and really deserves a generous slice of humble pie.

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    Re: perez posse superfan 777 – First off there is a good reason to not play his song, because he is beiber, and to state the facts, he is not really respected outside of his fan circle of adoring teenage girls.
    Second, as an aspiring Dj, I can with no doubt say that it actually takes skill to actively mix music. While singing also takes talent, and lots of practice as well, it is almost definitely easier to lip-sync in front of a crowd of screaming girls then it is to beat match songs and get them to mix correctly in real time.
    Third when a famous Dj is playing one of his or her sets, it is sometimes looked down upon to make song requests, (obviously depending on the venue of the club, and other factors) but even if this was a situation where requests were being taken, to request songs completely out of the genre is something that I would have not taken lightly. Plus ultimately it is the Dj's choice whether to actually accept certain requests from the crowd.
    Finally if you are going to be taking cheapshots at Joel's (deadmau5's) girlfriend, may I remind you of a certain event for the secret of victoria?
    This is the kid who several times flipped off photographers; The kid is out of control, and really deserves a generous slice of humble pie.

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    Re: nana – You've got to be f*cking kidding me.

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    All JB haters can now easily taunt him:

    There is also the rudemode

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    Re: nana – no shit he was a guest, everyone there was a fuckin guest. you dont see them all trying to go up there and ask for shit. they get told to fuck off just like that. beiber may be famous but she is no exception.