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Justin Bieber

Justin BieberThis Canadian pop musician rose from poverty to become an international sensation with huge amounts of power over his “Beliebers”. Now wealthy beyond comprehension, this Fisker driving youngster is turning into an arrogant, aggressive brat who fails to turn up to concerts on time and gets aggressive with photographers. “Racks of servers are devoted to Bieber” by Twitter as he acquires one new follower a second and the website Klout suggests he has a higher online influence than Barrack Obama and The Dalai Lama. If he doesn’t sort himself out, this “teen heartthrob” could quite predictably go the same way as Lindsay Lohan.

  1. “You can take the girl out of the trailer-park, but you can’t take the trailer-park out of the girl” I should know!

  2. Lack of social norms, unstable emotions, substance abuse, erratic behaviour. It is the same old story.
    A recipe for disaster.

  3. It is so familiar, During the 1980’s Sean Penn (Mr. Madonna) abused and lashed out at press photographers in the same way, he knew that they were not in a position to defend themselves. It is an attempt to look mean and tough to the fans by selecting soft targets.

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