Justin Bieber 'Wishes Record Label Would Work Harder'
Star takes to Twitter to slam Def Jam, branding them "shady"...
Justin Bieberhas hit out at his record label Def Jam on Twitter.
The teen idol took to the social-networking site to brand the company "shady", after accusing them of not working hard enough when it comes to promoting his music.
beliebers should work at my record label :) good promoting fans
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 5, 2013
Bieber wrote: "Wish def jam would work harder on my project labels are shady."
The message - which was retweeted over 600 times - has since seemed to have disappeared from JB's feed.
He instead replaced it with the comment: "Beliebers should work at my record label :) good promoting fans."
The 19-year old - who released new tune Bad Day as his latest #MusicMondays track - also made the news this week after walking off stage in Brazil when a bottle was thrown at him on stage.