Justin Bieber Vs. Tom Brady: Why Bieber Shouldn't Be Rapping About Brady's Hair

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Justin Bieber Vs. Tom Brady: Why Bieber Shouldn't Be Rapping About Brady's Hair

Justin Bieber and his rap on Tom Brady's hair has become an internet sensation, and has drawn controversy from all different perspectives.

In a freestyle rap song titled 'Speaking In Tounges', he spits out the line stating 'Sacked like a sacker. Call up Mr. Brady, tell him to leave his hair to the guy who sings Baby.'

Frankly, I never thought that the pop-star would ever be related to a sports related topic. Even more strange, I would never expect him to criticize a three time Super Bowl champion.

Bieber is a terrible artist — or lack thereof — and has no credibility in the music industry let alone the sports one.

Sure, his music videos on Youtube.com may have over 350 million views. Nonetheless, most of his comments are negative and more people have disliked them as opposed to liking them. 

To be honest, he's yet another prime example of why 99.9 percent of today's mainstream music industry is garbage simply because its primarily based on a superficial image in contrary to actual talent. 

Meanwhile, Brady is a star quarterback who's been an integral key to the New England Patriots success including their seven division titles in the past nine seasons.

Moreover, in the NFL, it doesn't matter what you look like. As long as you can play the game, you can have a mullet, an afro, or be bald. And for that, I'm glad.

Even though I'm not necessarily a Brady fan, I'm certainly siding with him and I'm surprised that he took it so lightly. At the same time, I'm sure that the scrawny 16-year old Bieber is glad he's doing so.

"Julian [Edelmen] looks more like Bieber," Brady said to the Boston Globe.

Despite taking it as a joke, I felt this was a disgrace to Brady, and I'm appalled that Bieber had the audacity to say something like that. 

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