"I've been working on the Red Hot Chili Peppers for two years. First of all, they've never done anything like that in the history of the band. I got Flea and Anthony [Kiedis] to get together to figure this thing out and they did. Let me tell you what: They came in there ... it was the most amazing setting -- the room was smaller than this -- and they played like they were playing for 20,000 people. It was awesome. I've been a huge fan of the Peppers since I was a kid. As you start to meet people you've admire or someone who is a celebrity, it's really cool when you meet somebody who you admire who is worth admiring. And they are those type of guys -- they are the nicest, most down-to-Earth, respectful, amazing human beings you will ever meet. And when I say human beings, they are amazing human beings. They do lots of things for other people, they care about other people. You know, there are a lot of people like Justin Timberlake, who is the biggest douchebag I have ever met in my life. But, you meet all these other people out there who are really cool, down-to-Earth human beings."
-- Cry me a river! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White surprised his staff this year with a holiday party that featured none other than the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who performed a very rare -- and apparently very rockin' -- private concert. White gushed (via MMA Heat) about the experience, as well as the band's leading men, who he seemingly could not say enough good things about. Of course, one can't really understand what is truly good without knowing what is bad, so White took the opportunity to once again throw A-List, Grammy Award-winning singer/ songwriter/ actor Justin Timberlake under the bus ... and reverse. I'm not exactly sure about the root of White's anger, but I'm rather certain it has something to do with the way in which White feels "J.T." treats his adoring fans. And that's poorly in his estimation. There might be more to it -- like Timberlake refusing to play a private concert at a UFC holiday party in the past -- but for now it will remain a fun, obscure and senseless mystery because a simple follow-up question was missed.