It's about to be tween mayhem at the magazine racks!
Justin Bieber is on the cover of Billboard magazine doing his best John Cusak impersonation. We're guessing he has no idea what the hell he's holding considering he was born in 1994.
And for all you haters out there, he's got a message for you!
Justin tells the mag:
"There’s more people that like me than there are who hate me, so I kind of brush it off. People say, 'Oh, people just like him because he’s pretty.' Or the funniest one: 'When he goes through puberty, he’s not going to be a good singer anymore.' How does that make sense when we’ve seen people like Michael Jackson and Usher and Justin Timberlake and all these famous singers do it?"
As long as there are tweens, the Bieber fever will live, so get used to it!
For those of you hoping to see an Usher clothing line on the racks, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer.
The artist says:
"I'm building a lifestyle brand and I'm not rushing to do clothes. I feel like I'm speaking to my customer now with the fragrances, and, in this economy and with my style and attention to detail, my clothes won't come cheap. It's not the right time."
Let us translate that for you: he's waiting for the economy to pick up so he can charge his "fans" more.
Kanye West may not have been having the best week - between the gay rumors, his latest temper tantrum, and a bruised up Lamborghini - but we have a feeling that with this weekend, all of that's about to change!
The sometimes-volatile yet supremely talented rapper has been hard at work recording his new album in Paris, and apparently, has few very creative, larger than life tricks up his sleeve for how he's going to begin its promotional campaign!
Which, of course, started last night, when he projected a video of himself performing his brand new single, New Slaves, onto the sides of 66 BUILDINGS LOCATED ALL OVER THE WORLD!
Ch-ch-check out to what the folks of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, were treated on the corner of Bedford and N. 7 (above)!