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Big Sean: I didn’t threaten Bieber!

Published 09/04/2015

Big Sean
Big Sean

Big Sean’s representative has denied reports he sent an aggressive tweet to Justin Bieber after the Baby singer rubbed up on the rapper’s girlfriend Ariana Grande onstage.

The 27-year-old I Don’t F**k With You rapper is currently in a relationship with pop songstress Ariana Grande.

Ariana performed a concert in Inglewood, California on Wednesday night and her longtime friend Justin joined her onstage, but the pair grabbed headlines for their surprise duet because the performance was incredibly sultry.

An aggressive tweet emerged on the Internet shortly after the show that was attributed to Big Sean’s Twitter profile, but according to TMZ a representative for the rapper denied he wrote it. The fake tweet in question read: “This kid is about to learn not to touch my girl like that. Beliebe that.”

Big Sean wrote on Twitter Wednesday: “so many times in my life I wish I could of been at 2 places at once (sic)”. And although some reports claimed this message demonstrated beef between the two musicians, the spokesperson made it clear this authentic tweet does not allude to a feud between the two young men in any way.

Big Sean and Justin are said to be extremely good pals.

The Blessings hip hop star has previously gushed over how good his romance with Love Me Harder singer Ariana is going so far.

He noted the successful songstress’ ambition really had him fall head over heels for her.

“What I like in women is when they got drive and focus, you know what I mean? That's what I like, I attach to, I appreciate, because I got drive, I got focus, too. And every day I'm like, 'You gotta get it,’” he revealed during an interview on The Real.

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