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Justin Bieber's Handlers Control Naughty Party Pics By Claiming Ownership?!

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If you wanna party hAArdy with Da Beebz and document it for all your buddies, BEWARE!!

Because apparently, Justin Bieber's people put up a sign at all functions that could harbor "questionable" activity — smoking a weed-stuffed blunt, for instance — that reads any and all pics taken are property of Justin!

That way Bieber's handlers can make sure his tweeny-bop fan base isn't scandalized by leaked snaps of him engaging in acts that some parents may not be too happy about.

If there WAS a sign at the Newport Beach gathering where Justin was recently photographed fingering a wacky-backy stick, then it was NOT clear, as sources claim no one saw any such item.

Oh we just hope Bieber's team doesn't have a Prince Harry Las Vegas situation on their hands soon…

Wait, OF COURSE WE DO!

LOLz!

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3 comments to “Justin Bieber's Handlers Control Naughty Party Pics By Claiming Ownership?!”



  1. 1

    "SAYING" you own something does not make it true…

  2. ONIT says – reply to this


    2

    You are basically saying there are two different Justin Biebers. On Bieber who the media and his fans are supposed to see and one Bieber who is not at all the same as the first. That's creepy. Things like this happen to not work for a long time. Just wait and see him having somenthing like a Britnbey meltdown or some kind of other scandal that shows the real Bieber. Even thinking of it is really scary.

  3. TTFan says – reply to this


    3

    A sign doesn't mean sh*t. I can put up a sign saying "if you come to my house with money, I own all of it", doesn't make it true. This would never hold up in court.