Patrick Carney mocks Justin Bieber on Twitter, enrages fans (See photo)
The feud between Justin Bieber and Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney rages on.
Carney, 32, made headlines after being a part of a Twitter feud with famed pop singer Justin Bieber on February 10. While the feud seemed to be fizzling out, Carney spiced things up by completely changing his Twitter account - to an imposter Bieber page.
The musician's verified account has been transformed into a complete Bieber parody page, featuring a name change to "Patrin Bieber Carney," and even a photo of the world-famous performer as his main picture (See photo below).
"official twitter for the actual verified Justin Bieber Carney," the musician's Twitter profile reads. "Drummer in the Black Keys."
The feud was ignited after the 2013 Grammys, while standing on a busy street outside of the celebrity-favorite hotel and club Chateau Marmont, Carney was asked by a TMZ cameraman what he thought about the teen pop star being snubbed.
"Justin Bieber? He's rich, right?" the drummer replied. "I mean, I dunno. Grammys are for like, for music, not for money and he's making ... money. I dunno. He should be happy, I guess."
Carney's band won three awards at Sunday's Grammy award ceremony, bringing its total to seven, while Bieber, who was nominated for two in 2011, received no nods this year.
Bieber's loyal fans, often called "Beliebers," are offering their feedback to the drummer's Twitter transformation.
"@patrickcarney i cant believe u that jelous ur so stupid how could u ever comepete with @justinbieber ur just loseing fans," one fan Tweeted.
Another person Tweeted: "@patrickcarney Your band's not even relevant in 2013. Stahp trying to get attention."
Immediately following Carney's interview going viral, Bieber Tweeted the message that started it all.
"The black keys drummer should be slapped around haha," he Tweeted on February 10.
Carney reTweeted Bieber's message, adding: ":(."
Meanwhile, the musician has been steadily incurred the wrath of many of Bieber's some 34.3 million Twitter followers. As of Sunday, February 17, Carney is still being bombarded with insults and other responses to his comments.