Justin Bieber finds himself in hot historical water again, this time after visiting a shrine in Japan.
Nearly 275,000 people want Justin Bieber deported; a petition titled “Deport Justin Bieber and Revoke His Green Card,” received hundreds of thousands of signatures after the singer was arrested in Miami in January for a DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license. This weekend, the White House finally responded.
Call Joe Jonas an amateur therapist; in addition to riffing on his own music, he has plenty of thoughts on Justin Bieber’s recent troubles.
A hearing today (March 11), determined a trial date in Bieber’s Miami Beach DUI charges. No plea offer has been made to the singer in the case.
The all but unknown Lady Gaga’s delivering a keynote address and the up-and-coming Justin Bieber has already done a surprise performance.
It is a performance so uncanny in its predicticablity of Bieber’s past behavior that there has to be some sort of subversive message going on, a subliminal text.
Judge William Altfield of the Miami-Dade County Court has decreed that, collaterally speaking, Bieber’s privates can and will be used evidence in his recent Miami arrest.
“My sexuality takes up about two hours a month at a push. I think the same could be said for a lot of straight people. If you were to actually narrow it down to how much of your life is really about your sexuality, you’d be amazed.”
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Video of Justin Bieber captured shortly after his arrest on Miami Beach shows the pop star submitting to a sobriety test in which he appears to momentarily lose his balance while attempting to walk along a straight white line.
No one seems to want Justin Bieber. Last month, more than a few angry Americans were looking to deport the Canadian pop star and now residents in Atlanta are also petitioning to keep the Biebz away from the neighborhood they call home.