Of course, not everyone is a Belieber and that's fine. But, some people really, really despise Justin Bieber. It's not even just random people either – it's three celebrities who have been in the music business for 20 years!
So, who are they? The boy band Hanson who is comprised of three brothers, Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson. They skyrocketed to fame when their track "MMMBop" gained the top spot in 27 countries two decades ago. Now, they are older and apparently don't keep up with the radio hits anymore. The band stopped by Hit107 FM in Adelaide and played the game – or tried to play the game – "Whose Song is it Anyway?"
The guys admitted that they probably would be pretty terrible at the game because of their lack of knowledge when it comes to mainstream music. And yes, they were very terrible.
Get ready for some mind-blowing information about the Hanson brothers. They didn't know what "Despacito" was or who sang it. I repeat, they did not know what "Despacito" was. Literal travesty. Not only is it a freaking JAM but it's everywhere right now and the remix has been topping the charts for weeks, plus the original version of the tune with just Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee came out back in January. When Hanson found out who sang the track they could not even pretend to hide how much they dislike Justin's music.
They said, "Can I just say I’m glad I didn’t know what that ["Despacito"] was. I prefer not to get any venereal diseases so whenever Justin Bieber gets near me or near my ears … it’s just ear infections, they’re terrible."
Yikes! It didn't stop there either. They continued, "It’s like hanging out with a koala. Chlamydia of the ear, it sucks." Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection contracted from unprotected sex and caused by a build up of bacteria. It can be easily treated with antibiotics. Because it is an STI however, using the disease in the same context as Justin's music isn't a compliment – to say the least.
The whole thing definitely seems a bit harsh. Hanson totally dragged Bieber and we're not quite sure the "Sorry" singer has ever said anything about them whether it be good or bad. It's kind of disheartening to see artists bashing other artists so publicly like this. We all have different tastes in music but aren't we stronger together?
Okay, so it's decided. The comments were rude AF. There's no telling what Justin will do or say when he gets wind of it. It seems like he's been trying to turn over a new leaf and better himself each and every day. So, we wouldn't be totally shocked if he didn't stoop that low. But, who knows, he's never been one to not speak his mind!