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Music Stars Reading Mean Tweets About Themselves

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The last time celebrities starting reading mean tweets about themselves, the most microscopic violins in the world began playing in unison.
 
Though for the latest installment, we imagine the roasted A-listers in question would be fully capable of playing their own miniature instruments: it’s the music edition, gathering the great and the good of the pop, rock and rap world for some wholly unfriendly social media feedback.
 
Sure you’d think Katy Perry, Pitbull and Britney Spears would be used to dodging the minefield of social media hate by now, but spare a thought for Wiz Khalifa, Jessie J, Sam Smith, Drake, Ed Sheeran and other unfortunate big names who put themselves in the firing line on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
 
To be fair to the trolls, Wiz Khalifa does look a bit like a homeless woman.

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