March 7, 2013


Justin Bieber Rants Against "Fake Stories to Sell Papers"

Ben Rose
Ben Rose

Following his shirtless escapade on the streets of London, showing up late to his Monday night concert and that "worst birthday" business, Justin Bieber is FED UP. And true to form for any 19-year-old in the year 2013, he's turned to Twitter to vent his rage.

"Rumors, rumors and more rumors," Bieber tweeted (presumably in reference to rumors). "Can't bring me down. Fake stories to sell papers I guess are part of the job. But I'm a good person. I know that. U can't tell me different."

Although his 13-tweet rant seems to say otherwise, Bieber insisted he only cares about one opinion: God's. "But know this: I'm only judged by one power, and I serve him," he tweeted. As of yet, God has not weighed in on Justin Bieber's London exploits.

In case you're wondering what Bieber meant by "fake stories," he's not trying to deny the shirtless stint or showing up to a gig late. He's just taking umbrage with the false report that he was fined for performing past curfew at the O2 Arena (a fate that recently befell the Rolling Stones at the same venue).

Don’t worry, JB—we hear you on those "fake stories to sell papers." But since you didn't say anything about online news, we're just going to keep making sh-t up if that's okay with you.

Kidding! KIDDING.