Justin Bieber, Defensive Much?
Here’s Justin Bieber, telling all the “haters” that he did write this rap “Won’t Stop.”
The Bieber opus is off Sean Kingston’s mixtape King of Kingz and also features B.O.B., Soulja Boy Tell’em, Flo Rida and Akon.
“Yeah they talk, yeah they talk
They don’t walk the walk I walk
Yeah, I won’t stop ’til I drop, until then I reach the top
Im’ma walk to where I need to be, walk the path of destiny
Definitely been neglected but God is always testing me
Rest in peace to all the men that died that were protecting me
Objectively, I need to tell you what just gets the best of me
Essentially, people in this world just want to let it be
John Lennon made it different
Don’t just let it be, set it free
Never be scared to make change, effectively
Always look at things in different ways, perspectively
Every person in this world can do good
I just want this message understood.”
According to their poll results, Justin could stand to work on his rap skillz some.
But anyhow, since he brought up the word “haters,” it’s as good a time as any to take a look at the evolution of that particular word. It really used to be a good word, ya know, to describe people who were always critical, who love to spit out poison and always have something nasty and mean to say. It was a great one-word way that summed up these types precisely.
Nowadays if you genuinely disagree, dislike or even question anything — you’re a hater.
How we hated to see the word “hater” go the way of overuse and misapplication that befalls many a useful word.
Back to the Biebs with this message we just want understood: everyone who doesn’t think you are the greatest thing since sliced bread isn’t a “hater.’ People can question without being haters, and sometimes they are right. Wasn’t there a story not too long ago about Beyonce going on TV and claiming she thought up “Bootylicious” when it was really the idea of Rob Fusari, Lady Gaga’s boyfriend from Livingston, NJ?