Deadmau5 Blames Justin Bieber For Ruining His Campaign To Get On ‘Top Gear’



Last week Sarah had a moderately unpleasant interview  with EDM musician and professional mouse-head Deadmau5 in advance of this weekend’s Veld Festival.

The one bright spot in the conversation came while discussing D5’s campaign to get on British car show Top Gear and how Justin Bieber derailed his Twitter campaign to get the show’s attention.

In said story he called Justin Bieber a “little prick.”

To read the story head over to Huffington Post Music Canada by clicking here.

P.S. Pro tip: Listing the amount of money you made in your bio won’t give you artistic cred.


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One response to “Deadmau5 Blames Justin Bieber For Ruining His Campaign To Get On ‘Top Gear’

  1. Brandi

    I read Sarah’s post on Huffington originally and I have to say, her article was one of the most unprofessional and uncalled for pieces of work. Quote: “-bucket-pissing deadbeat monkey-dad”, was too much to say. I can tell she isn’t a fan, but that doesn’t mean she needs to write like she is a typical journalist who taps into people’s hatred. It’s low and unbecoming on a journalist to let their feelings overwhelm them and then spew out hatred into an article. Least to say I won’t be reading anything she writes again if all I get is a biased article that only speaks how much that journalist hates something. That’s how you get fired. Anyways good luck with Sarah’s future articles. Hopefully they will be better written in the future.

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