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Chuckie Ejects Miley Cyrus From VIP Area

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Is there some sort of revolution happening within the pop community at the moment? Is there a new drug sweeping through the industry that makes former and wannabe mouse-keteers decide to try and act like bad asses all of a sudden?

Following on from oxygen wasting popstrel Justin Bieber acting up in a South Korean nightclub, hounding UK artist Michael Woods whilst in the booth, demanding that he play Hip Hop before throwing a punch at Michael’s Tour manager when his requests were rightly refused comes news that mainstream music agitator and twerk addict Miley Cyrus stuck her middle finger up at Chuckie following a joke at her expense.

During a Halloween party at Los Angeles’ Create Nightclub, the newly knighted Chuckie took to the mic to crack a joke at Miley’s expense saying : “Somewhere in America, Miley Cyrus is still twerking” in reference to her booty-shaking antics alongside Robin Thicke at this years VMA’s.

Clearly the wrecking ball singer didn’t see the funny side of it as a purple wig wearing Miley then promptly flipped Chuckie the bird before she was then removed from the VIP section by his unimpressed friends. Chuckie has since taken to social media to apologise for her removal but we’re sure many will feel that he was right to have her ejected regardless of what happened. Still we’re glad to see Chuckie didn’t mean to break her ‘achy breaky heart’ in the same week fellow Dutch EDM superstar Afrojack undertook a remix of her current single. Does anyone remember a time when pop stars weren’t so openly obnoxious?

I forgot to tell you guys that @mileycyrus gave me the middlefinger after I said “somewhere in… http://t.co/WCNRCab2NN

— CHUCKIE | DIRTYDUTCH (@djchuckie) November 5, 2013

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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