The arrest of Justin Bieber on 23 January, had major repercussions around the world, generating some extreme situations, such as creating a petition on the official White House website, which makes the application of the deportation of the singer’s U.S. territory.
The same was created by Roger Skrzynski , who was in transit when he learned of the incident. In an interview with MLive.com, Skrzynski said “I was just listening to the radio on the problems of Bieber I thought. ‘How much fun would be the first application and get a response from the White House?‘” Though it started as a joke to distract the young, the petition reached more than 100,000 signatures needed to house Brancar need to expose a public position on the matter.
Also in the interview, Roger said he received no response from the White House (which has 30 days to do so), or Team Bieber, also adding that he met with the singer would give an advice. “I would say to look for help. Of course he needs. And he needs to understand what is influencing negatively the young people that follow it.”
“I created this petition as a joke, but I’m really disappointed with the current pop culture. The media speaks of people like Justin Bieber without considering the consequences or what is likely to be influenced by that. Look kids growing up and being stimulated by pop culture. You’ll see a big difference in how they behave, compared to the other , ” he added.
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A petition calling for the deportation of Justin Bieber surpassed the 100,000 signature threshold, meaning the White House will, by its own rules, issue a response, reports CNN.
The petition was created less than a week ago by haters and quickly amassed the required signatures long before the 30 day deadline for the “We the People” petition program. Continue reading
A petition received in the last hours of the site matter White House. The request is that the Canadian singer, Justin Bieber is deported and banned from the United States, all due to the recent arrest of the star and the other involving the same controversy.
The petition is not something the administration officially left the White House, but the site allows American citizens to create petitions and approve the same before being finally published on the official website, but nevertheless, a lawyer ruled out Justin being deported, reaffirming that there are very few chances of the singer of 19 years to lose the right to live in the United States, since there are worse cases of deportation to the authorities and resolve if Bieber would be something ‘small’ for a case of deportation. Continue reading