Justin Bieber has been frequent subject on Twitter celebrity after his problems with law and the great exposure of these issues in the media worldwide. The American football player Jonathan Hill went to his account on the microblogging to comment distasteful about Justin and ended up having to explain later.
Put this in: “Marijuana meets the kettle” … because the alleged victim of bullying Jonathan Martin was internet last night to make CYBER-BULLY with Justin Bieber … telling the pop star that he is embarrassing. Continue reading
Actor Drake Bell decided again prick singer Justin Bieber via Twitter microblog. The U.S. caused a huge uproar among fans of the Canadian social networks, by posting a photo of Justin doing one of his graffiti, and claimed that it had no talent, after insulting Justin several times and then delete the tweets.
Soon after the spiteful comments insulting the star, Drake received numerous messages from fans regarding their attitude, and even some friends of the singer as Alfredo Flores and Milk Tyson have spoken. Alfredo joked the situation by sending Drake to a photo of President Obama throwing a water bottle, with the phrase “Grab”. Continue reading
On the heels of the very successful release of his new single “Boyfriend,” teen phenom Justin Bieber is lending his star power and the song “Born to Be Somebody” to a very worthy cause: the TV ad campaign for “Bully.”
The Weinstein Company announced Monday (April 9) that the Bieber-backed TV spot, which debuted on Fandango, will begin airing all over the U.S. ahead of the film’s PG-13 release this Friday
“My fans are always up for supporting a great cause. It’s one of the things I’m most proud of as an entertainer,” Bieber said in statement of his decision to be involved with the documentary. “I hope they see ‘Bully’ with their friends and help start the conversation so we can end bullying.”
The highly publicized documentary, which depicts the often-disastrous results of school bullying, originally received an R rating by the MPAA, which inspired 17-year-old Katy Butler to start a viral petition that received over 500,000 signatures, including Bieber, Ellen DeGeneres, Johnny Depp and Demi Lovato.