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Big Sean's tweet threatening Justin Bieber fake

Turns out the Big Sean's tweet threatening Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber is fake.

music Updated: Apr 11, 2015 19:34 IST
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Turns out Big Sean's tweet threatening Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber is fake.

The US rapper confirmed that the tweet, which was posted in his name, was not by him.

The mentioned tweet suggested that he threatened Bieber after the Canadian singer hugged his girlfriend Ariana Grande at her concert, reported Aceshowbiz.

Sean's representative said that the screen grab of Sean's tweet about Bieber, which went viral, is not original. "This kid is about to learn not to touch my girl like that. Beliebe that," the 'fake' tweet read.

A tweet posted on Sean's account said, "So many times in my life I wish I could of been at 2 places at once," also sparked rumour that it was directed at Bieber.

Although the tweet was originally posted by Sean, a source close to Sean confirms that the tweet has nothing to do with the As Long As You Love Me singer.

In another development, a Buenos Aires judge had said Bieber would be arrested if he enters Argentina. The judge told the police that the singer is a wanted man.

The news comes after a paparazzo claimed that the 21-year-old singer ordered his bodyguards to attack him in November 2013, as the singer left a club, TMZ.com reported.

The Baby-hitmaker had been ordered to appear for questioning in 2014 November, but apparently that never happened.

The judge who issued the recent order on April 8 said that he considered it pertinent to order the immediate detention of the accused.