The Black Keys' Patrick Carney vs. Justin Bieber

After the 2013 Grammy nominations, everyone knew Bieber didn't earn any nods or an invitation to perform at the ceremony. And the shutterbugs behind TMZ made that crystal-clear when they happened to ask the Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney for his thoughts on the Bieber-less news. "He's rich, right?" Carney began. "Grammys are for music, not for money ... and he's making a lot of money. He should be happy, I guess." Alas, Bieber was not happy. He took to Twitter to express his disgust, saying that Carney needed to be "slapped around." In the end, Bieber's fans had the final say (don't they always?!), when they likened Carney's Twitter to feed to a "virtual Claire's accessories." Classy.

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After the 2013 Grammy nominations, everyone knew Bieber didn't earn any nods or an invitation to perform at the ceremony. And the shutterbugs behind TMZ made that crystal-clear when they happened to ask the Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney for his thoughts on the Bieber-less news. "He's rich, right?" Carney began. "Grammys are for music, not for money ... and he's making a lot of money. He should be happy, I guess." Alas, Bieber was not happy. He took to Twitter to express his disgust, saying that Carney needed to be "slapped around." In the end, Bieber's fans had the final say (don't they always?!), when they likened Carney's Twitter to feed to a "virtual Claire's accessories." Classy.

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