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"Advocacy" Group AAI Claims Justin Bieber Was Poisoned by Locals Band Man-Cat

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Pop star Justin Bieber took to Twitter to esplain himself shortly after tossing his cookies not once, but twice while on stage during the first night of his latest world tour in Glendale, Arizona.

Bieber was quick to blame milk for his mishap, but shadowy musical advocacy group the Association for Artistic Integrity claim that last weekend's pukefest was actually an act of "pop celebrity terrorism." The culprit, they claim, is none other than local masked-pop-regurgitators, Man-Cat.

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"We have received damning evidence that local Phoenix-based radical audio-terrorist faction/'band' Man-Cat was directly involved in the attempted poisoning of Justin Bieber this past Saturday at Jobing.com arena," AAI says in an email to the New Times. "The truth lies in video footage we have compiled to inform the masses."

"Approximately one hour before the concert, the dangerous, audio terrorist faction known as Man-Cat was spotted at the scene of the crime," a mustache masked man says in the video. It's almost convincing -- until you remember that Man-Cat is behind the phony group, using the guise as a vehicle for clever, often ingenious, commentary on the state of pop music.

The unabashed music samplers have made a habit of creating interesting, if not disgusting, videos to accompany their Top 40 recreations. This new video may not be as disturbing as the ridiculously NSFW video for track "Yeast," but it's equally effective in the creepy factor.

Check it out and remember, "Vomiting is only the beginning."

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