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Los Angeles — Beware the wrath of a Justin Bieber fan scorned. After the 16-year-old phenom lost the Best New Artist award to Esperanza Spalding at the Grammys on Sunday, the little-known jazz singer found herself a target of the Beliebers.

Spalding’s Wikipedia page was attacked following her Grammy win, as random facts, misstatements and taunts were added to the site and then quickly removed. The singer’s middle name was changed to both “Justin” and “Quesadilla” and her Grammy win was written up with the addendum, “Even though no one has ever heard of her! Yay!” At the end of her biography, one user wrote, “Biber 4 Lyfe.”

Esperanza Spalding Wikipedia Page

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