At about 9 a.m. Thursday, NBC decided to respond to the belieber’s anger, and tweeted an apology via the official “America’s Got Talent” Twitter account:
“Apologies #AGT fans & @justinbieber, technical problems for #AsLongAsYouLoveMe video premiere.”
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Beliebers have taken to Twitter to threaten NBC with boycotts and express anger over the network’s “America’s Got Talent” failing to play a clip from Justin’s long-awaited music video “As Long As You Love Me” during its Wednesday night episode.
“NBC, WHYYYYYYYY?!!! you better run…hmm doesn’t make any sense…just die!!”
“I’m never watching NBC ever again.”
“@justinbieber We are here to make you feel better always :3 Dont worry, everything will get better (: NBC will die ;)”
“Dear NBC and AGT, you’re now the most hated show on the planet, congratulations, sincerely Bieber & 25 million #pissedbeliebers.”
Prior to the episode, Justin tweeted to more than 25 million followers that NBC had “confirmed” that the video clip would be played Wednesday night during the broadcast of “America’s Got Talent”.
Justin Bieber also took to Twitter Wednesday night to express his disappointment with NBC:
“very frustrated. where was it? no joking here,”
“@nbcagt not cool. what happened?”
The official NBC Twitter account for “America’s Got Talent” had not responded to Justin’s inquiries by 12:30 a.m. Thursday.