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21 comments to “Justin Bieber’s Potential New Atlanta Neighbors Are Literally Protesting His Arrival!”



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    Oh man, I have a friend that lives in that area…she was really upset to hear JB was moving in. I'll have to tell her about this.

  2. Boston_Success says – reply to this


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    I feel bad for JB. Sure, he's made mistakes, who hasn't. I was 19 once. I don't think he's a bad guy at all. As far as the protest, I think it's dumb. Now that I know the time, I feel like getting on plane, flying into Atlanta, show up at at 5:30AM and hold my own protest for the protest. lol — I welcome every neighbor I have into my neighborhood, regardless of their pasts. No one is perfect and no one will ever be as long as we are human.

  3. fghjk says – reply to this


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    Re: Boston_Success – 100% agreed

  4. karen says – reply to this


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    Re: Boston_Success – It's not your past until it's been adjudicated. And if you'd be happy to have a 19 yr old that thinks drinking something called sizzurp is cool, who let's their unemployed friends and apparently jobless dad speed around your neighborhood at 100mph in douchemobiles, then your neighborhood is probably too cheap for this baby to buy a house in.

  5. nonsense says – reply to this


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    I thought America was the land of the free….

  6. ... says – reply to this


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    Quickly says without thinking too much. Basically what they say is:

    - Go elsewhere hit children of others with your speed car racing, but not here! Not our children.

    And if I'm not mistaken, ultimately.. If all American parents eventually hold their position together, the result would be to send back Justin to Canada, hitting children with its street car racing.
    Better them than us…

  7. Boston_Success says – reply to this


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    Re: karen – He'll get over it. Everyone at that age has gone through phases. He's a smarter guy than what you and everyone is giving him credit for. He's 19 doing what most 19 year old's do. They get over it. I did things that I'm not proud of at 19 & I got over it. Everyone deserves a chance.

  8. Boston_Success says – reply to this


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    Re: karen – It also shows that you don't understand what the past is. Anything that happens prior to the current time is already in your past. What you did an hour ago is in the past and it cannot be undone no matter how much you want it to be. What matters is what you're doing now and what you will do in the future. Just because someone made a mistake once, does not mean that it will be made again.

  9. Jim BArton says – reply to this


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    Deport the entitled I can do no wrong Canadian prick, we don't want nor need him as any kind of ROLE MODEL. Good Riddance to bad trash, and yes IT WILL take that to HELP HIM.

  10. Boston_Success says – reply to this


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    Re: … – Did I miss something? Has he already ran over a child? — I didn't think so. I was never allowed to play in the street as a child.



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    This should be the wake up call for JB. I mean if people start protesting to stop you living in their neighbourhood then clearly there is something wrong with your behaviour. 19 years old is old enough to know the difference between right and wrong, Justin would do well to start pulling his head in and stop acting like a self entitled little shit or he will end up being driven out of the US.
    those of you who are saying he made a mistake and deserves a second chance, how so? The fact he has been able to continuously break the law with no consequences is why he is becoming uncontrollable and so self entitled. His fame has gone completely to his head and is turning him to a belligerent little prick. He needs to brought back down to reality fast

  13. PJ says – reply to this


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    Re: Boston_Success – you feel bad for him? He has a history of driving extremely fast while under the influence, the difference between him and a drunk driver who has killed someone, is luck, therefore he is just as guilty, saved only by nobody being in his way.

  14. fancypants66 says – reply to this


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    Re: karen – Totally agree with you. He does not deserve a second chance. I would be very afraid if I lived in this neighborhood. The association should do something about him moving in. Seriously… in ALL the places in the US to live, he should find a remote area — a lot of land, build a house, and live out there where he won't be a nuisance to anyone. He could do what he wants. No one would care. The problem is he is flocking to a big city where he can work, and unfortunately, that involves other people. There have to be plots of land in LA and Atlanta that are remote, a bit of a drive out of the big city, where he can build a house and stay out of everyone's way. C'mon, Justin's big management team — find him a place to live where he won't bother anyone. It can't be that difficult…

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    Re: PJ – shut up you idiot he had less alcohol than the legal limit in his system! Everyone needs to back the fuck off! He raced at 3 AM! Do your kids play in the streets at 3 AM? If so then you're a horrible a parent and blaming it on Justin is completely stupid! Looolll! You guys are all crazy and need to pull out the stick that's so far up your asses

  16. Yu Lee says – reply to this


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    Will Peres have the balls to correct this article? the whole thing is just a radio station PRANK, see accessAtlanta.com

  17. Open ur eyes says – reply to this


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    Wow I'm glad there protesting beside the dum fans who still make excuses for him . He only humans well humans learn from there mistakes and he has not learn anything with his stupid smirk .It's only because he a celebrity and white .if he was a regular citizen or resident he would been in jail .Matter fact a resident would of gotten jail time and deported so please save the drama and stop making excuses for him. Trust me is better he stay away from this neighborhood because if he run over a child .He won't be getting protested any more more like a mob with pitch forks . If I was a parent there I will be concern no amount of money can bring your child back and I might be doing jail time for killing him.

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    Re: Open ur eyes – no one cares it fake and if it was real no one would care. The young U.S citizens love these celebrities that what we do watch tv get fat idolize celebrities who are bad role models and dream about being rich

  19. Lol says – reply to this


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    Re: Boston_Success

    okay, i will make sure to protest so that all past convicted criminals and pedophiles move into your area

  20. Melissa says – reply to this


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    he wasn't even looking at the house lmfao

  21. Karla says – reply to this


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    The protest was a radio show hoax. Learn the facts. From an Atlanta resident.