Angry Jonas Brothers‘ fans responded with hate after Jason Mraz tweeted Nick Jonas’ song ‘Introducing Me‘ is ‘terrible.’ Jason blogged his response to haters: Last Monday I jokingly tweeted: ‘Someone said theres a Jonas Bros Camp Rock tune that rips I’m Yours. So I bought it & think I should sue.. for the 1.29 I wasted on iTunes.’ (Of course, I did also mention in public that I thought the song was terrible.) Nevertheless, people HEARD that..
..as if I was really going to file a suit. People began retweeting my words without the 1.29 punchline. One major news program said I was ‘reportedly mad’ at the Jonas Bros. Perez Hilton’s website used the word HATE. The reaction has been an extraordinary demonstration of how we apply meaning to things, and what happens when an idea enters the diminishing world of gossip. Ultimately,
..every action we make comes down to one of two expressions: I Want Love – or – I Am Love. How to succeed in relationship is to always take full responsibility of a situation and ‘be the change you wish to see,’ no matter what. Being Love means to humbly Clean It Up. I take full responsibility for the disappointment I
brought to Jonas Bro fans. I can see how my negative endorsement infringed upon their celebration of the talented trio. I said it at a time when I’m frustrated with my own musical evolution. (52 songs deep into the album process and still not satisfied.) I want love. I’m grateful for this awkward situation. It reawakened me to the tools of Being Love.