It often feels like all Justin Bieber does is get sued, get subpoenaed or settle cases, but that doesn’t mean Justin holds anything against law enforcement officials. Even though they’re the ones who bust him when he gets too rowdy, Justin seems to appreciate the hard work that goes into ensuring his safety on the “Purpose World Tour.”
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Justin Bieber pranked his fans in the wee hours of Monday morning. Apparently eager to get in one last April Fool’s Day prank, Justin decided to tease that he had gotten another animal tattoo. In addition to the other zoo animals he’s recently added to his chest, Justin made it look like he’d added a wolf to his forehead.
The prominent tattoo would’ve dramatically changed Justin’s look. His tattoos have helped lend him bad boy credibility, but a wolf on his forehead might be overboard even for a guy who isn’t known for taking things lightly.
The photo was uploaded to the account Justin started with his manager Scooter Braun during his hiatus from his main account. Apparently, this is Scooter’s idea of a joke.
Check out Justin’s fake wolf tattoo below.
Do you think Justin should get this ink for real?
(Photo credit: Justin Bieber Instagram account)
When Justin Bieber deleted his Instagram, people had to turn to his dad for updates on what Justin looks like without a shirt on. While Justin has said that Instagram is “for the devil,” it appears as if the Grammy nominee has struck a deal with the dark lord because he’s back on the platform–and this time, it’s not a hoax.
But don’t expect Justin’s new account to have as many WTF moments as his old one. Justin’s manager, Scooter Braun, is helping handle the new profile. Plus, it looks like comments won’t be allowed on the new account’s posts. Maybe that will help Justin avoid losing his cool the next time he’s dealing with fans or when Selena Gomez shades him in the comments section.
The new account is registered on Insta as TheRealJustinBieberMusic–probably because all the good Justin Bieber account names were taken already.
Check out Justin/Scooters’s first Instagram posts on the new account below.
Do you think it’ll be a new year, new Justin on Instagram?
(Photo credit: The Real Justin Bieber Music Instagram account)
Justin Bieber’s management team released quite possibly the most bizarre promotional tactic to date. A new video from Scooter Braun’s Projects Twitter account attempts to wash away all of the year’s scandals and explains why Justin deserves to win at least one out of the four Grammy nominations he’s up for this year. The clip reads like a strange underdog political campaign advertisement with interviews from Scooter, Diplo and Justin. Soundbites from various good news headlines try to remind everyone that Justin is “finally ready to embrace maturity.” The entire thing is presented with the phrase “for your consideration.”
“There’s a lot of people that are waiting for me to just mess up because a lot of teen stars do,” Justin’s voice dramatically narrates an emotional black and white montage. Scooter goes on to claim that “people are rooting for him now.” Diplo chimes in with words of his own. “Whether you love him or not, he’s a polarizing figure,” he says as if it’s a compliment. Justin later adds, for the hundredth time this year, “I feel like I finally got my purpose back.”
The rest of the clip continues to plead Justin’s Grammy case and it induces head-scratching feelings until the very end.
Check it out below.
Is Justin trying too hard now?
(Photo credit: tiarayuptr and SB Projects Twitter accounts)
Scooter Braun may be the biggest name in entertainment management, but that doesn’t mean his job is always easy. In an interview with Hits Double Daily, Scooter dished on some of the struggles he’s faced with two of his biggest talents: Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber. Scooter had a lot to say about how the cracks in those relationships formed and what he did to help resolve them.
With Justin Bieber making headlines for walking off stage and telling his fans to stop screaming at concerts, it only makes sense for his manager Scooter Braun to step in and do some damage control. The singer’s manager recently sat down with Billboard and revealed that though it may not be publicized, his artists are always giving back.