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Justin Bieber The Reincarnate Of Kurt Cobain? No. Just No.

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 18, 2012

Twice in my whole life I’ve been so angry that I almost threw my laptop: once during an episode of Game of Thrones, and again after stumbling across a crazed Justin Bieber fan’s Twitter account.

Before you call ‘overreaction!’ understand this – this seems to be the general consensus amongst many 00’s kids, who one day will be in charge of the world.

Amanda Beiber, as she likes to be called, started an all-out tweet battle after declaring that Justin Beiber is not only the reincarnation of Kurt Cobain, but is also far more talented and successful than Cobain, John Lennon, Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson. She justified her statements by saying Kurt Cobain didn’t have the greatest number of Twitter followers …[probably because he died long, long before it was invented, but hey what do I know].

It is going to be a dark, dark day for music when we are all too old to take action, and it’s up to these children to run the world. This particular future adult is already beyond saving, check out the video she posted to haters as well. Forget global warming and the unresponsive financial market, it’s people like these who are ruining the world. Where’s mum and dad in all this to set these insane children straight?

Check out some of the tweets:

 

 

 

 

 

Though this one takes the cake #stalker…

 

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