Justin Bieber is pissed that Miley Cyrus told Jay Leno on The Tonight Show that Justin needs to build a nightclub in his house, adding that: ‘I’m not doing anything illegal!’ Source told The Enquirer: ‘Miley’s comments infuriated Justin, who phoned the next day and warned her to keep her f****** mouth SHUT!
Justin was furious. He’d really thought he and Miley were true friends, especially since she’s been brutally criticized for her own wild behavior. Miley tried to apologize, saying she didn’t feel her comments were overly critical or negative.
But when she defended herself by telling Justin he really needs to get his act together before he implodes, he exploded, and hung up. Now he’s telling his peeps, ‘I HATE HER!’’ Do YOU think that Miley should shut the f*ck up?
Source told E! News about Pattie Mallette not deserting Bieber: ‘As any mom of an adult child, Pattie is holding him close and talking to him about everything, but she can’t make his decisions for him. As any caring mother would be,
Pattie’s genuinely concerned for Justin, and she has said in many interviews before that she doesn’t have her head in the clouds and keeps in very close touch with Justin. She talks with him almost every day, which is likely more than any mom and a 19-year-old son. .and she is in the public eye dealing with all of this..
It’s so hard to see people’s opinions and accusations when they don’t know her. If she is with Justin, she is accused of endorsing or enabling him, yet if they find out she is not with him, they accuse her for not being with her own child in a time like this.
Pattie would never do anything to bring harm to Justin. Pattie has a great relationship with Justin. He knows where she stands on the decisions he’s making in his life. He knows what she is proud of and what she has serious discussions with him about.
Pattie never makes excuses for her son, but she is not going to turn on him for the approval or opinion of the world. Those close to her know from Pattie, that it’s always challenging as a parent to raise your child in the way you know to be right, letting them grow as they need when they become adults and have strangers share their opinion in unfounded, often hateful ways.
It would be hard to imagine that any parent wouldn’t feel the same love, concern and responsibility as Pattie does in regard to her son’s well-being. Pattie and [his dad] Jeremy both know that they are responsible before God and are focusing on their son’s well-being in private.’