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Justin Bieber Seems Like a Nice, Modest, Humble Young Man.

All he wants to do is not go to Miami for a lousy stupid mediation.

Did I mention that he's just like us?
We broke the story last week: Bieber’s filed a bill with the court system that claimed it would cost him $68,433.63 to come to Miami and stay one night before heading back out west!
Among the expenses: $60,000 for a private jet, $3,773.63 in “entourage fees,” $1,000 in ground transportation costs, $3,200 for one night in a hotel, and $210 in per diem.
In other words, the Beebs puts more into the Miami economy for a one-day visit than the entire Marlins organization has over the history of the franchise.


  1. Like Anne Frank, I'm a Belieber!

  2. Spencer's WorldFebruary 23, 2015 at 1:39 PM

    I guess every post can't be about SA.

  3. What are you talking about? We never mention Spencer. All the posts are gay pot. All of them! :-9

  4. He should just give the plaintiffs lawyer 30k to cover his trip to wherever the biebs is. Win win for everybody.

  5. Am I the only one who finds that picture way creepy?

  6. Do his lawyers actually think these kind of motions help their client?

  7. Yes the picture is totally creepy. It's like the opening scene to some kind of diaper porn.


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