Black Keys' Patrick Carney: Bieber Doesn't Deserve Grammys

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Black Keys' Patrick Carney: Bieber Doesn't Deserve Grammys
Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has hit out at Justin Bieber for complaining that he deserved to win a Grammy. To the surprise of many, Bieber had been snubbed by the nomination panel (and has never won a Grammy in his career so far). In turn, Bieber tried to steal attention from the ceremony by doing a live video stream for fans at the same time as the awards appeared on TV, according to Mashable. Bieber's manager was also vocal about him being ignored. Carney is known for speaking his mind on certain people in the music business - he's targeted both Nickelback and Napster founder Sean Parker in the past. This time, Carney tells TMZ that Bieber shouldn't complain about missing out on a Grammy award: "He's rich right? Grammys are for, like, music. Not for money... and he's making a lot of money. He should be happy." That's easy for Carney to say - The Black Keys won four Grammy categories, including Best Rock Album for "El Camino". Watch Carnay get mobbed by paparazzi here:
Did Bieber deserve more credit at the ceremony, or is it a good thing that he was snubbed? Let us know what you think in the comments.
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