The Hot News of The Chainsmokers

READERS were quick to roll their eyes over the Chainsmokers’ latest interview where they discussed everything from how the world wants to copy them to the size of their penises.

The EDM duo recently graced the cover of Billboard magazine’s September 24 issue and boy was it cringe-worthy.

The New York native duo exploded onto the music scene in 2016. and is on the verge of hitting their third double-platinum album this year, however, they could learn a lesson in humility.

The interview started with the younger of the pair, 26-year-old Drew Taggart.

“We rage every night,” he said. “My mum’s going to hate reading that but she already knows.”

Billboard described the other half of the duo Alex Pall as a person with “bed head and neck scruff” and labelled him as a “bon vivant” or, in other words, a person who devotes themselves to a sociable and luxurious lifestyle.

If you’ve paid a visit to the Chainsmokers website you would’ve seen a quote in their bio:

“17.34 inches … think about it …”

Luckily, Billboard clarified this with Pall who explained it was in reference to the combined sizes of their penises tip to tip.

They’re proud of that too, “even before success, pussy was number one,” Pall said.

They’re the epitome of the college “bro” culture and are adamant that they don’t tailor their music to make hits.

“We’re just frat bro dudes, you know what I mean? Loving ladies and stuff,” Pall said.

They’re suffering from an abundance of good problems too but one thing they are annoyed about is people not taking them seriously or thinking they’re a con.

“We’re literally going for our third double-platinum this year,” Pall said.

“Only Justin Bieber and Drake can hold a candle to what we’ve done,” referring to the only two artists of 2016 who have had more top 10s.

The guys clearly took note of Bieber’s hit “Love Yourself”.

Another thing the duo love is that some of the world’s biggest acts are now giving them respect — after an early career filled with rejection.

“It feels good when those people are like … thirsty,” Pall said.

“Now we’re influencing the industry, putting out songs everyone copies.”