Call Joe Jonas an amateur therapist; in addition to riffing on his own music, he has plenty of thoughts on Justin Bieber’s recent troubles.
It is a performance so uncanny in its predicticablity of Bieber’s past behavior that there has to be some sort of subversive message going on, a subliminal text.
Judge William Altfield of the Miami-Dade County Court has decreed that, collaterally speaking, Bieber’s privates can and will be used evidence in his recent Miami arrest.
“My sexuality takes up about two hours a month at a push. I think the same could be said for a lot of straight people. If you were to actually narrow it down to how much of your life is really about your sexuality, you’d be amazed.”
No one seems to want Justin Bieber. Last month, more than a few angry Americans were looking to deport the Canadian pop star and now residents in Atlanta are also petitioning to keep the Biebz away from the neighborhood they call home.
Even Justin Bieber’s wax statue is making headlines for inappropriate behavior.
The video surveillance shows the Biebs taking off his shoes and hoodie and then being frisked by a police officer the night of his arrest.
If you ever get a chance to take a ride on Justin Bieber’s private plane, make sure to pack your gas mask.
His trial date will follow his arraignment for charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license on Feb. 14, where he already plead not guilty on the three misdemeanors.
“I think what he needs is, him and his dad if he wants to bring him, should meet me down at my farm in Tennessee.”