Home Music Justin Bieber Releases Pale Version of “Rollercoaster,” the Ohio Players Hit

Justin Bieber is really a wanker, isn’t he? This week’s single release is called “Rollercoaster.” It’s at number 8 on iTunes. It’s also a pale version of the real “Rollercoaster” by the Ohio Players. How can he listen to these side by side and think he’s making music? It’s an abomination.



Ohio Players:

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