We were so waiting for this!
Elaborating on her pro-Ye stance, the beauty explained:
[Image via Instagram.]
You may recall back in April when the singer posed alongside a chained Bengal tiger at his father's engagement party (above), and then again in a picture posted a month later with a lion cub — and these are just two of the times in Toronto alone.
Well turns out the 22-year-old received a formal complaint from Toronto Animal Services back at the beginning of June stating that both of these instances violated a municipal code that bans the "keeping" of wild animals such as lions, tigers, and
bears cougars in the city.
Well this is an inneresting way to start your day!
As the Sorry singer moves to another closet, he stumbles upon dog sh*t, which he of course leaves on the ground and keeps going. Why would his dog DARE poo on the floor — what does he look like, a maid service or something?!
Next up, Justin shows the camera a "street worker, not a prostitute" jacket followed by a fur coat which he jokes would make him "PETA's favorite person in the world."
Considering the Biebs has taken some heat by the organization for posing with captive tigers — you can tell he thinks he's pretty clever with this one!
Ch-ch-check out the closet tour — which has since been deleted from JB's page — for yourself (below)!
On Thursday, it was revealed that the animal rights organization submitted an official complaint to the Toronto Animal Services' Enforcement/Mobile Response unit in regards to a potentially unlawful exhibition of several exotic animals at a party thrown for the Sorry singer's father. Yikes!
Apparently, a tiger, lion or tiger cub, lemur, and camel were all present at the controversial bash. Eek!
According to the group's complaint, the city's law prohibits the possession of these kinds of animals — which means Mr. Bieber could be slapped with a fine up to $5,000. Well, that's not SO bad!
Brittany Peet, the organization's Deputy Director of Captive Animal Law Enforcement, shared:
Justin Bieber took a pause from his Purpose World Tour and partying with Drake to celebrate his dad's engagement on Saturday.
As we reported, Jeremy Bieber popped the question to longtime girlfriend Chelsey Rebelow back in February while vacationing in St. Barts — and the two celebrated the impending nuptials with an engagement party held at a private art show in Toronto.
Attendees included costumed superheroes, former boxing heavyweight Lennox Lewis, Canadian opera singer Meghan Lindsay, and of course, the large tiger (above).
We hear the 22-year-old graced attendees with a small performance while playing the piano.
But what seems to be getting the most attention is the fact that the Sorry singer hung out with the beautiful cat — who PETA claims comes from Bowmanville Zoo.
Yes, that zoo whose owner was just charged with
Courtney Stodden is "dying" for people to stop buying live animals from PetSmart.
The 21-year-old dressed up as a sexy (dead) mouse on Thursday and joined PETA in an El Lay protest against the pet store's allegedly cruel pet trade.
According to a 15-week PETA investigation, a PetSmart supplier has been accused of gassing animals in plastic bags and setting them aside "to die and waste away." Additionally, the organization says that small animals are being warehoused in plastic bins and even frozen alive.
This is so horrific if true!
Miz Stodden — who laid on the sidewalk in a pool of fake blood — said of the protest:
"It's heartbreaking to think that countless mice, rats, bunnies, and lizards are dying in filthy bins for PetSmart's stores. My friends at PETA and I urge everyone to refuse to shop anywhere that sells live animals!"