She’s back!Paris Hilton the Party Princess, Socialite and Reality tv star is back in the headlines and this time as a DJ!The DJ community has opened up their arms in a warm embrace to welcome the new DJ!NOT!!!The internet has gone crazy lashing out at the hotel heiress for “insulting” their craft by trying to just “look pretty” and “pretend” to really DJ.
Deadmau5 took to twitter,facebook and his blog to slam Paris Hilton for her DJ Debut in Sao Paulo for Brazil’s Pop Music Festival last week-end.
Then he posted a video clip of Paris at her gig on his Facebook page and wrote, “AS I WAS SAYING… its over.”
“thanks afrojack we appreciate it. We really really do. You are the man. Thanks,” he tweeted, making reference to Paris’ on-again-off-again boyfriend DJ Afrojack.
“funnily enough, were on our way to go smash the f**k out of Paris… no, not that one. FRANCE. That one.”
“jeez, it hasnt even been 24hours and im already INB4 ANOTHER PR DISASTER,” he tweeted Sunday night
DeadMau5 later apologized for his harsh words via his blog:
“All im trying to do, is put on my life jacket and swim as far away from this shipwreck as fast as i can. Because in all honesty, i just wanna be in the studio, making electronic music, and expressing myself by means of sitting in a comfy chair with my cat and my equipment… and of course, occasionally strap on a foamy mau5head get on the road and press a few buttons for you guys”
Paris Hilton’s ex,DJ Afrojack claims her set was “pre-recorded” and that he had no idea she had designs on DJing until he got a Google Alert after the show in Brazil.
“I’m not an asshole. I don’t want to put anyone down,” he said. “I think everyone should do what makes them happy, for all the right reasons. And I think it’s really important that if you seriously want to go in front of a crowd and DJ, you actually take the time to practice becoming a DJ. It’s hard work, you know – as a lot of people say, it’s not just pressing play. You have to know how the laptop programs or CDJs work, you have to know what the equaliser is, what the effects are. You can’t just pitch your flanger up and down and wave a flag.”
“I wasn’t supposed to say that, I’m sorry, but it’s true. Also, it’s pre-recorded. I wasn’t supposed to say any of this, my management’s fucking going to kill me. I saw it and was like, ‘Errgh.’ The reason why I’m saying these things is I’m pissed off ‘cause no one told me before, not even her.”
In conclusion, though, Afrojack reckons we should all have a chuckle and move on. “I see a lot of people going crazy, like, ‘This is the end of electronic dance music!’ No, it’s not. It happens, everyone goes, ‘Ha ha’, face-palm, then we continue doing what we’re doing.”
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