Following his recent DUI arrest in Miami, Justin Bieber has become the target of a White House petition, demanding that the he be deported.
A petition launched on the White House’s website — calling for the Canadian-born singer’s deportation from the United States — had garnered over 123,000 signatures as of press time, reaching the 100,000 signature threshold required for presidential consideration. So, basically, it will now be reviewed President Obama on whether to take action or now.
“We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nation’s youth. We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society,” the petition reads.
Bieber is currently living and working in the U.S. under a renewable O-1 visa for entertainers. He’d need a “green card”…
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The first video of the drag race that got Justin Bieber and his friend (and Sacramento native) Khalil Sharieff in big trouble has been released. In the video, you can see Justin’s yellow Lamborghini being followed closely by a red Ferrari. They say that Khalil was driving the red car and that he and Justin were drag racing. See the video…
CBS Miami posted the newly released surveillance video. They say:
“The first surveillance video images of the infamous alleged drag race involving pop star Justin Bieber and rap artist Khalil Sharieff has been obtained exclusively by CBS4 News.”
Check out the surveillance video and raw video from the scene after Bieber was arrested by CLICKING HERE
Her Twitter bio perfectly sums up everything you need to know: Yes Justin Bieber is my son. I have many other great qualities besides being his mom haha! No really. But in this case, I had the honor of getting to know her on a much more personal level. Pattie Mallette grew up in Stratford, Ontario overcoming unimaginable obstacles in the face of abuse, poverty and an unexpected teen pregnancy. She now uses her voice to inspire others as a bestselling author,producer and influential speaker. As a single parent at 18, Pattie was personally assisted by a center, which despite her difficult circumstances enabled her to be the best mother possible to her son, Justin. Continuing her desire to help others give voice to their own stories, Pattie became an executive producer of “Renee,” starring Kat Dennings (2 Broke Girls). Set to release in winter 2013, the feature film is inspired by…
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Justin Bieber’s got a brand new look. Last night, señor “swaggy” himself stepped out looking quite dapper to celebrate the release of his newest 3D docu-movie, Justin Bieber’s Believe, his new film due out Christmas Day as the sequel to 2011’s Never Say Never.
For the red carpet, Justin called in the big wigs and snagged the help of stylist Ugo Mozie, known most famously for styling Chris Brown. The Biebs was laced in all red Balmain in a blazer and leather pants from the brand, paired with reflective Del Toro tasselled shoes. The look was of course topped off with a gold chain and a pair of JB’s signature shades.
Believe features interviews with Bieber’s mom Pattie, his mentor Usher Raymond IV, his manager Scooter Braun, producer will.i.am, and presenters Ellen DeGeneres and Ryan Seacrest. Scooter and Usher were on the scene to celebrate with their boy, while celebs like Kylie…
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Miley Cyrus credits herself for putting twerking on the map, and now Justin Bieber is giving himself two pats on the back for making “Black culture” trendy. (These two must be taking notes from the same “please have several seats” book!)
The Biebs recently opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about his personal style and he said he conveniently takes tips from hip-hop culture.
“I’m very influenced by black culture, but I don’t think of it as black or white,” he said. “It’s not me trying to act or pose in a certain way. It’s a lifestyle — like a suaveness or a swag, per se. But I don’t really like to say the word [‘swag’] anymore. It’s kind of played out.”
The lengthy interview also featured remarks from Justin’s manager Scooter Braun…
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