Borgore's Set Gets Cut Short at Story on South Beach: "I Hate Everything, I Want to Fight"
Who could've guessed that Israeli dubstepper and Miley Cyrus collaborator Borgore's set would be cut short at Story Nightclub on South Beach this past weekend?
Well, how about @BlakeMinto1, a local Twitter user and "DJ/Producer" who spent Friday night wondering: "Borgore sucks why do people wanna go to Story so bad tonight?" (The official Borgore reply: "bitterness sux.")
Predictable or not, Borgore is pissed about being prevented from freely raging on SoBe.
The dubstepper's trip to Miami started pleasantly enough with "a 2 story hotel suite on the beach in Miami with a pool and jacuzzi."
Sounds like VIP treatment, bro.
I got a 2 story hotel suite on the beach in Miami with a pool and jacuzzi. Turn up.-- Borgore (@Borgore) February 9, 2013
Then Boregore hit the club. And that's when the trouble got goin'.
He was scheduled to headline the night at Story. But judging by the time of his initial Twitter complaint about "10 ppl spending 20k on a drink [dictating] the music for 1k ppl who wanna rage," it seems the Israeli's ejection took place hella early.
The world works that 10 ppl spending 20k on a drink dedicate the music for 1k ppl who wanna rage sorry guys not my call I was fighting-- Borgore (@Borgore) February 9, 2013
Like all DJs who get booted off the decks, the dubstepper is blaming bottle-service clientele for having shitty taste in music and not knowing how to "rage." (We here at Crossfade have asked Story reps whether that was the case. But so far, no word from the club.)
Yet despite these sweet messages of support, the Israeli is pissed, cursing the son of God, South Beach, and the world (via Twitter):
Jesus where the fuk r u I hate everything I want to fight-- Borgore (@Borgore) February 9, 2013
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