Justin Bieber, maybe feeling as if he didn't have a purpose-driven life, recently canceled his Purpose Tour. He left thousands of Beliebers in the lurch because—according to his "very grammatically incorrect" apology—he wants to "be sustainable."
"Get a life," said Simmons, "You don’t have to worry about anything. You're rich. In case you didn’t notice, you're white. You've got white privilege, bitch. There's nothing to complain about."
Then Simmons, who knows a little bit about being a ridiculously wealthy rock star, diagnosed the pop singer's problem. "He's got the Beverly Hills blues," Simmons said to the camera, "It goes like this: 'My limo is late... and I just can’t wait. My mansion is—' come on."
Basically, while Bieber may believe, as he said in his apology, that there is "something special about imperfections," Gene Simmons believes there's nothing special about whiny bullshit.
Maybe he's got a point.