Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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Whoa! Paz just blew minds all over the place!
What? You don't know who Paz is? Then you clearly weren't punked by him on Tuesday!
He's an up-and-coming EDM artist, but until April 1st he was about as relevant to the cultural zeitgeist as Ann Coulter's choice in breakfast cereals. However, he just made a name for himself by pranking Justin Bieber, which is a pretty awesome way to get noticed!
See, Tuesday was April Fool's Day and he completed one of the wildest, wackiest pranks we have ever witnessed! Paz obtained 5,000 copies of the Big Beiberoni's album Believe and totally effed with them!
He replaced each CD with a mixed compilation of his own creation (pictured above), repackaged them, and returned them to store shelves!
That means pretty much every single person who bought Justin's CD in El Lay yesterday accidentally wound up purchasing one of those funky taco looking things (above)!
Why did he prank a celebrity who is already in so much real life trouble?
"The general idea is that retail stores make it almost impossible for independent musicians to get their music in there. I've always believed that retail stores can be the best outlets and ambassadors for independent music. They just choose not to be and sell the same recycled (expletive). We thought if they're going to lock their doors to independent musicians, we're just going to knock them down and get our music in there. The world won't really miss a Justin Bieber record."
Ha! We aren't sure how many folks actually went out and purchased a hard copy of a two-year-old Biebs CD yesterday, but we admire Paz's amusing attempt!
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