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Ever wonder what pop's biggest stars would look like with a Skrillex 'do? So do we.

  • Rihanna: Oh, Ri-Ri, we love the way your hair lies with this 'do.

Justin Bieber's comeback single, "What Do You Mean," received plenty of hype before its Aug. 28 release, and now that the song is out, it's getting even more attention. One person who isn't so hot on the new track, though, is Lena Dunham. 

The actress subtweeted her discomfort with the tune's lyrics Monday (Aug. 31), suggesting that "What Do You Mean" alludes to rape culture and asking to discontinue the release of problematic songs like it.

Let's do away with pop songs where a girl nods yes when she means no and vice versa, k?

— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) August 31, 2015

Dunham is referring to the song's chorus, where Bieber sings, "What do you mean? / When you nod your head yes / But you wanna say no / What do you mean?"

Although the official video for the single shows Bieber getting a bit racy with a girl in a bedroom, the rest of the lyrics to "What Do You Mean" are more about Bieber's genuine confusion than a girl's consent. As Dunham pointed out, the beginning of the chorus does sound a bit controversial, but other lines such as "You’re overprotective when I’m leaving / Trying to compromise but I can’t win" tells more of the miscommunication in a relationship than anything.

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Prior to the song's release, Bieber explained the track's meaning himself. "Girls are often just flip-floppy,” Bieber told Ryan Seacrest. “They say something and they mean something else. So … what do you mean? I don’t really know, that’s why I’m asking.”

When Snoop Dogg wants to play pick-up, he doesn't just head out to the nearest schoolyard hoop. No, he hits up two-time MVP Steve Nash for a few rounds in what appears to be Nash's private gym.

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Nash, who just retired from the NBA last year, shared video of the rapper helping him get some reps in on Instagram over the weekend (#yesthatsanapple). Watch the pair refine their play below:

 

Snoop D O Double G racking up a quick double double. Good things happening in the pound. Yes that's an apple in my mouth @snoopdogg

A video posted by stephennash (@stephennash) on Aug 29, 2015 at 7:28pm PDT


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