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An innocent exchange went VERY wrong for One Direction singer Liam Payne last night, when he brought the wrath of the entire Justin Bieber fandom upon himself.

Just hours earlier, the singer had been busy tweeting his long term girlfriend Sophie Smith to let her know he was missing her – but the sweet moment didn't last long! 

The drama started when a particularly crazy Belieber made a comment at Liam's expense, writing, "@Real_Liam_Payne Isn't it kinda depressing for you to know that Justin Bieber will always be more successful than you?"

Liam gets thousands of Twitter notifications every day but this message obviously struck a nerve as the singer soon replied, writing, "@arianasmccann how many times have I been arrested," referencing Justin's less-than-perfect legal record.

That would have been the end of that – if Ariana (and thousands of other Bieber-crazy fans) hadn't continued to plague Liam with insults for the rest of the evening, calling him "pathetic," "a whale" and an "untalented, embarrassing joke."

Ouch.

Even after receiving spades of online abuse, Liam managed to stay relatively cool, posting a series of tweets to try and calm things down.

Unfortunately he didn't act soon enough though as the hashtag #LIAMHASNOCHILL began trending on Twitter almost instantly.

Poor Liam – we bet he'll be staying off Twitter for a while!

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Actor, Rob Lowe has shared his thoughts on Beliebers and said that Justin’s fans don’t really care about his music.

Lowe was appearing on Oprah’s programme, Prime on Sunday where the actor commented on Bieber’s music and why the fans seem to love the singer so much.

“He makes really good music, he does, but I think he knows the dark secret, and the dark secret is 80 percent of his audience doesn’t give a s–t about the music. And he knows it. It bums him out.”

The 50-year-old actor went onto say that Beliebers are more obsessed with who Justin is dating and what scandal always seems to surround him.

“They care about lemming-think, and their girlfriends and who’s oohing and aahing and screaming. It has nothing to do with what he’s doing as an artist. He is the guy who is standing in front at a moment that they’re going through a developmental thing. It’s natural, it’s all great, but if it wasn’t him, it would be somebody else, like it was me.”

Rob may have a point but he may want take cover for a while, as Justin Bieber’s fans are known not to take any criticism too well.

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It turns out pop sensation Justin Bieber’s new film Believe wasn’t a hit with cinema goers. In money terms, the film earned a mere tenth of what his first film Never Say Never made in 2011.

Justin’s first flick grossed $73 million in North America, compared with his latest one, which cost $5 million to make and is expected to gross just $4.5 million in its first five days.

The disappointing figures come straight after the controversial heartthrob announced his retirement on Twitter.

Unfortunately for the Baby singer, the concert film didn’t even make it into the top 10 – apparently all the Beliebers in the world couldn’t move it from its poor 14th position.

However, we shouldn’t worry too much; in the five years since Justin was discovered on YouTube, he has enjoyed a mountain of success. The singer was the first artist to have seven songs from a debut record chart on the Billboard Hot 100 and he received the Artist of the Year Award at the 2010 and 2012 American Music Awards.

If he is able to retire at 19, we’re sure the movie’s flop will have as little impact on him as its release had on the world.

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