Sunday, 27 December 2015

Fans Begin To Turn On 5 Seconds Of Summer Following Controversial 'Rolling Stone' Interview


In a new twist, Justin Bieber is now involved. 

In the interview, member Michael Clifford made comments regarding attending an after-party from the VMAs which Justin hosted. 

Clifford mentions:

“I think he hates us.”

“I probably shouldn’t say this, but he had his own album on loop for, like, two or three hours.”

Well, Justin took to his Twitter to respond to Michael:

They really felt saying these things was a good idea!? 

In the January issue of 'ROLLING STONE' magazine, boy band 5 Seconds of Summer got down right personal for the interview, which has divided their fandom.

While the magazine kept things relatively clean with the final draft, excerpts from the interview have been released and fans are none too pleased with what the boys divulge.

Such as you ask?

Well, for starters member Luke Hemming seems to relish that hey have lots of sex with female fans while on tour:

“Hemming says they took full advantage of the attention. They were wildest on their easy tours, when they’d go to bars to mingle with fans after shows.
"‘When you put 4 young dudes on a tour bus, playing theaters, then arenas, you’re going to have sex with a lot of girls, I guess, says Hemmings. ‘We had a good time.’ Multiple girls in one night? ‘Feel like I shouldn’t says’ he says with a smirk. ‘You could say the possibility of this is high… the possibilities are endless.'”
Another point in the interview, other member Calum Hood begins to discuss the naked photo of himself that went viral:
“It had actually happened awhile beforehand- he could tell from his lack of tattoos. ‘It was kind of a blessing in a way, because nothing that bad could actually happen to me again', he says, smoking on the porch at the bands house. ‘If another photo of my d*** came out, it will just be, like, ‘Oh! It’s his d*** again’, !” the section reads.
Calum continues talking about sex – adding: “Now, I’m just working on sex tape. I’ll call Pamela up, like ‘Hey, it’s been awhile. We really need to hype this band up!”

Now, would they be the first band to sleep with fans? Not at all, but fans are reacting to the way they presented themselves during the interview, not to mention the cover art (which you can see above). 
Following the release of the excerpts, an unfortunate hashtag began trending on Twitter: 

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