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5 Seconds of Summer, Justin Bieber

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A music feud right in the middle of the holidays? Say it ain't so, folks!  

Fans couldn't stop buzzing after 5 Seconds of Summer appeared in the latest issue of Rolling Stone where the topic of Justin Bieber came up.

"I think he hates us," Michael Clifford shared with the publication after detailing a party thrown by the "Sorry" singer at the Nice Guy. "It was f--king crazy, people standing on tables and s--t. I probably shouldn't say this, but he had his own album on loop for, like, two or three hours."

As soon as the interview was posted over the weekend, Bieber took to Twitter to set the record straight. And while he deleted all his messages, fans were still able to capture it all online.

"@Michael5SOS sorry guy. Don't hate you. Don't even know u. And are u sure u came to our party because my album wasn't on loop? Strange," he reportedly tweeted. "Wish u the best. Don't use my name for headlines. U are already on the cover. U don't need it. Just be honest. Big hugs bud."

He added, "And now we can all move on. No hate all love. Happy to make it clear. Happy times."

But wait, there's more! Clifford also took to social media where he shared his side of the story.

"@JustinBieber done nothing but praise ur album," he wrote. "No idea why that's even in the article. Big fan since the start man, take care."

This isn't the first time Clifford has spoken out about the issue. After the article featured quotes from the guys on their respective sex lives on tour, the 20-year-old told his followers, "I hate when people include everything in an article EXCEPT the reason we're a band; the fans."

Fellow band member Luke Hemmings added (then deleted), "How about we talk about the music and the fans…the only reason a band is a band."

You can read the full Rolling Stones article that features the guys' naked cover online now.