The Word: Justin Bieber got kicked out of a nightclub

The Look: Justin Bieber at the 40th American Music Awards on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles. Credit: Getty Images
Justin Bieber doesn’t want to wait until he’s 21 to go to a Toxic Luau Beach Day party. Credit: Getty Images

Justin Bieber was escorted out of Los Angeles’ Lure club this weekend. What was his crime? Fighting? Drugs? Throwing drinks in Lindsay Lohan’s face?

Nope. Just good old-fashioned being underage. Even the Bieb’s transgressions are weirdly wholesome.

Bieber’s crew contacted the club earlier in the day, letting them know that the singer planned to stop by their Toxic Luau Beach Day party (you know, that national holiday) and the club informed them that they couldn’t let Justin in, since he’s only 19. He tried to come anyway and sneak in a back entrance, according to E! Online. However, rapper The Game spotted him from the stage and gave him a shout out, which alerted the club to his presence. They then asked him to leave.

Geez, The Game. Be cool.

Speaking of healthy rebellion: Justin Bieber can’t stop getting tattoos — or at least he won’t stop. The pop star appears to be averaging about one new piece of body art a month for 2013.

His latest, as unveiled when he attended the premier for pal Jaden Smith’s new film, “After Earth,” appears to be a rendering of a knight in shining armor on the inside of his left forearm, according to Splash News. That happens to be the arm where he’s put most of his new ink, including a tiger head on his bicep and an angel by his wrist that first appeared during his European tour. It won’t be long now before Bieber is sporting a full sleeve on his left arm.



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