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Hayley Williams Responds To Justin Bieber Artwork Controversy
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 Thursday, May 01, 2014

Paramore's Hayley Williams has responded to a recent fan controversy over artwork released by Justin Bieber. Earlier this month the Bieb unveiled art for a track titled "We Were Born for This," which some Paramore fans believe is a ripoff of the band's Riot album cover from 2007.

Williams seemed unfazed by the controversy, however, taking to Twitter to share her thoughts.

The singer posted a screen grab from the show King of the Hill in which one character attempts to apologize to another who simply responds "I wasn't even listening."

Williams added: "My opinion on the whole JB/artwork thing is basically this."

Paramore fans later discovered that Bieber's artwork for the track had originally been posted on a Tumblr blog in 2011.

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