"Go to f***in’ work!"

Take away teenage girls from the equation and the percentage of people who like Justin Bieber drops dramatically. Distaste for the Canadian Pop singer is one issue America can see eye-to-eye on; a study shows Democrats, Republicans and Independents support this notion. Bieber has also infuriated Europe: he owes a Munich animal shelter thousands after bailing on his pet monkey in Germany and showed up two hours late to a March show at London’s O2 Arena. The latter has caused one of rock ‘n’ rolls most hard working leading men to call out Bieber on his irresponsible behavior.

“Do it once, you can be forgiven. Do it enough times and shame on you. They won’t have you back,” Jon Bon Jovi told the London Evening Standard. “Then it just becomes a cliché. It’s really not cool — you’re an a**hole. Go to f***in’ work!”

Strong and probably deserved words from the 30+ year rock ‘n’ roll vet.

“Every generation has guys that do that, none of that is new,” Bon Jovi continued, stating that if Bieber keeps up this disrespectful behavior, he runs the risk of alienating his fans who pay a typically large sum of cash to watch him perform.

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Bon Jovi is currently touring Europe and will return stateside in July. They’ll be doing so without guitarist Richie Sambora; he abruptly removed himself from the lengthy tour, citing personal problems, much to the surprise of Jon Bon Jovi.

Bon Jovi will be at New Jersey’s Metlife Stadium for a pair of shows on July 25 and 27.

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