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Justin Bieber dissed Taylor Swift in his “All Bad” song?

Justin Bieber dissed Taylor Swift in his “All Bad” song?
November 11, 2013 JEREMY FEIST

Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift

Back when Selena Gomez finally, blessedly kicked Justin Bieber‘s narrow ass to the curb, there were some rumors going around that Taylor Swift was no fan of Bieber and was actively rooting against him. Which I adore. Taylor really got herself some brownie points with that one. Anyway, Justin apparently never forgot about that one because he’s written a diss track called “All Bad” that is allegedly about Taylor. Well, he “wrote” it at least. Interpret that as you may. Here are some of the lyrics below, because there’s no way in hell I’m actually going to post the song

It’s another, if it ain’t one thing
Instigators, like pouring fire on propane
The wrong thing, they be worried about
Ooh, you know females
And how they like to run their mouths

Oh yeah, I should probably mention the song is pretty transparently misogynistic to boot. Anyway, venturing onward …

They try to get at me (They try to get at me)
Behind your back (your back, your back)
Tryin’ to tell me that I’m just like the others
But I ain’t all bad

You hear that, ladies? He may pee in buckets, spit on people, drive around residential streets at dangerous speeds, and abandon pets in foreign countries, but he’s really a good guy as long as you ignore all of that!

Between us, they wanna comment
Your worst enemy some time be your best friend
Perfect, ain’t saying that I am
Proven, it’s proven I don’t give a damn

Yeah, he gives so few damns he wrote a song about it for everyone to hear. Bold move. Anyway, it’s nice to see Justin’s toolbox attitude is starting to reflect in his music, because it gives me another reason not to listen to it. And before the Beliebers pile in on this in the comment section, I want you to think about this for a second: If he gave a sh!t about his fans, would he be doing even half of the things he’s doing? If he cared about women, would he have released a song about how women are always running their mouths about him? And most importantly, is this really the hill you want to die on? Does he really deserve your praise, or can you save it for someone better?

Jeremy Feist is an (ahem) entertainer from Toronto, Canada. He writes, acts, and performs on stage, and has been a writer for Popbytes for almost three years now. He lives in Toronto with his boyfriend, his incredibly dumb but cute puppy, and his immortal cat.