Justin Bieber first burst onto our radar in early 2010 as an adorable little boy with a voice like an angel and a haircut like Ellen DeGeneres. And now, just four short years later, he’s hanging with hookers, getting assault charges, drag racing, and even has his own mugshot. *Tear* they grow up so fast! Can you believe that the Biebs turns the big 2-0 today!?
Artists are always saying that they owe everything to their fans, and in many ways it’s totally true. Were it not for a dedicated army of admirers to buy their music and fill up concert seats, these house hold names would still just be singing in the shower! The fans make it happen, and when you anger them…look out, because all hell breaks loose. Just ask these unfortunate musicians!
As more information on the singer’s rehab stint unfolds, ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber‘s legal troubles get serious while pal Taylor Swift looks to befriend yet another It Girl.
Justin Bieber‘s downward spiral has reached a new low. The pop star managed to get arrested in two different cities (actually, countries) within a week, had his plane detained as he came to New Jersey for the Super Bowl, and has raised so much ire that U.S. citizens have signed a petition for his deportation. If you didn’t think there could be any further documentation of the Biebs’ undoing, you are wrong. Dead wrong.
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What do you do when you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence and drag racing in a major American city? Well, if you’re 19-year-old Justin Bieber, you compare yourself to Michael Jackson. Bieber has issued his first comment since Thursday’s early morning arrest in Miami Beach in the form of an Instagram photo likening himself to the King of Pop. This of course follows the Bieb sitting atop a car to wave to all the fans who waited patiently for his release from jail. Always remember the little people, kids.