No one could ever accuse Deadmau5 of not having an opinion.

From putting Paris Hilton on blast out of nowhere for her Ibiza residency to making fun of Martin Garrix to criticizing Lady Gaga's performance art video from the Marina Abramovic Institute to tearing apart Madonna's "Molly" reference years ago at Ultra Music Festival, the mouse-eared mixer (those ears are undergoing a trademark battle with Disney, by the way) has made a career — or, at least, headlines — out of having plenty to say about his DJ and pop star contemporaries.

It's no surprise, then, to see that the "Ghosts N Stuff" producer felt compelled to weigh in on Twitter hours ago after hearing Diplo and Skrillex's (AKA Jack Ü) "Where Are Ü Now" with Justin Bieber for the first time.

And, shockingly to approximately no one, his reaction was not the most glowing.

"Made the mistake of listening to this jack u shit with bieber assuming they at least did something cool... nope. what the fuck is this shit?" he tweeted late last night. And when a fan asked why he doesn't just jump on a track with Bieber himself, he made his feelings about the young pop crooner very known: "because i dont have to latch on a fuckbag to pass a release off... for one." Cool! Nice!

Sadly for Deadmau5, he simply couldn't get his mind off of the track. "im going to bed. i need to unconciously scrape this shitty fucking 3rd grade production and autotuned "singing" bullshit out of my head." Poor Deadmau5! If only every producer were as talented as Deadmau5, Deadmau5 would be able to listen to more music without these nightmarishly catchy songs keeping him up at night. Later on, he made sure to clarify that his critique had nothing to do with Diplo and Skrillex as producers — he just feels the song "blows donkeyballs," that's all! And then, like anyone who says something super inflammatory on The Internet and then gets equally inflammatory responses back on The Internet, he reminded us that It Is Just His Opinion, You Idiots.

And this has been your latest installment of Hey! I Have Something Shitty To Say, courtesy of Deadmau5.

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